Step 1: Step 1
One disk is an extra incase one breaks while cutting.
Two two of the disks, make a notch that is halfway down the width of the disk and halfway into the length of the disk. Also make sure one long side of each of these two disks has a hold in it. (i found my drill press worked nice for that)
One disk will have to be shortened up a bit.
One disk will need holes in each corner.
One disk is good as is.
Step 2: Step 2
Epoxy the two disks together.
Step 3: Step 3
Set the disk with the now five holes on top. Zip ties the four corners in place. The zip ties will be temporary until everything is epoxified together.
Epoxy the legs to the top.
Step 4: Step 4
It helps to let the epoxy from the previous step dry before doing this one.
What ever side you want to be the back, stand your X with hat upright with that side facing down.
Epoxy the shortened disk to the back (this should be about 90 degrees, does not have to be perfect)
Step 5: Step 5
Set the disk so it rests against the disk added in step 4 and is sloping to the sync connector. See the picture.
Almost forgot, epoxy it together then.
Step 6: Final Step
Let it all dry at least over night and then snip off the zip ties (or not if you like them).
Plug the other end of the cable into your computer, set device in and enjoy!