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Laminate Parque Laptop Stand

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I saw the designs of the other instructable laptop stands on instructables and thought "I must make one for myself !!!" So here is my instructable. With this instructable i tried to get rid of the cable and device mess on my desk and it worked :) Actually the project is not finished yet but I just excited because this is my first instructable.

Now It's Absolutely Finished :D

Parts-Prices (all the prices are approximately cos we don't use $ in Turkiye)

(+) ---> I had before
(-) ---> I bought for this project

Laminate Parque 1-2 pcs (+) (i just had from construction of our house. I don't know how much is that.)
non-slippery mat 3$ (-)
Strong Black Tape 3$ (-)
Double Sided Tape 2$ (+)
Scotch Tape 1$ (+)
10 pcs of blue led 1.6$ (-)
Straws 100 pcs 0.5$ (+) (I used 10 pcs)
Potentiometer 10K 0.2$ (+)

TOTAL: 11.3 $ if you don't have any of theese
It cost 7.6$ for me.
 
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Step 3: Assabmling

I used screws to assamble the whole product because the laminate parques are has really slippery surfaces to use glue. I thougt it would just brake apart with a small hit. It doesn't look cool for now but I will cover the screws by painting to black and covering the whole product with non slippery cloth.
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sanchit1231 year ago
This is really beautiful... BTW, I watch Bleach too!
electrophobia (author)  sanchit1231 year ago
Oh Bleach! I must bleach again sometime. Thanks for making me remember :)
ossisi4 years ago
 eline sağlık süper olmus havalandırma içinde bi fan koysandın keşke 
electrophobia (author)  ossisi4 years ago
Bilgisayarımın ısınma problemi olmadığı için koymadım. Teşekkürler
zatek4 years ago
Great edible! What kind of non-slip mat are you using though?
xklathos4 years ago
ellerine saglik cok guzel, valla turkiyemi cok ozledim ya , abi yazdigin fiyatlar cok iyi , ben USA state of Alaska da yasiyoum hatirliyiromda elektronik parcalari 10 ar 10 ar alir kurus oderdik , burda bi tane led ye 2 dolar oduyorum :( canim turkiyem
electrophobia (author)  xklathos4 years ago
Burada da yeni sayılabilecek ürünler pahalı ama.. RGB power LED almaya kalkıyorum canıma okuyorlar. Ya da Solar Panel ler mesela.. çok pahalı burada.. Bildiğim kadarıyla bunlar da orada çok ucuz..
I am just wondering, but why would you need to add non-slip covering on the sides of the stand, wouldn't that just be a waste of the non-stick cover and tape? Great idea overall! :D
its only a waste if your computer doesnt have the rubber built into the bottom.
But look at the sides of the image from step 5 (image 3)...
I understand what you mean now, but I usually prefer to go with the appearance of the finished product
electrophobia (author)  Gamerworld144 years ago
It was just to make the stand more attractive. So it's not a waste for me. Thank you for your nice comment...
Kasm2795 years ago
hm, awsome stand... you gave me an idea to light up the keyboard on this laptop with those glow sticks... or add a few to the chillmat under my laptop... :D
post a 'ible if you ever get around to the keyboard working
maxter435 years ago
Hey, this is a very nice stand! I got really inspired by your idea, and I'm starting to make my own. But I'm making some serious changes on the project, as I'm focusing more on cooling than on cable routing or visuals (of course, those glowsticks are awesome and I'm gonna do it! :D). I also want to do a Instructable, but I want to know: could I do it and put in the intro that your stand was my inspiration? Thanks, and congrats!
electrophobia (author)  maxter435 years ago
Thanks for your nice comment and why not! Of course u can use my project in the intro of yours. And I am really so sorry for answering late. I am serving the army so it's really too hard to find spare time for me.
Thanks! And there's no problem about answering late, I understand! And it wasn't THAT late, just some hours...
fwjs286 years ago
ummmmm....i want to make one of those but what is that poten-dabalabadingdong thing??and how much is it worth??? also wheredid u get ur LEDs????
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
At first my English is not as good as you think. I don't understand what are you trying to say by poten-dabalabadingdong thing :D But I'm going to write all of the parts prices at the first step now. I hope u'll find poten-dabalabadingdong things price :D But I really wonder the meaning of it. Somebody please tell me what is a poten-dabalabadingdong thingie :D
"Potentiometer 10K 0.2$ (+)"...that thingy...ok thank you...by the way is this turkish???hocam 10 numara olmuş...laptop stand underground yapmışın...:D reputation kaç oldu???:D
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
Yes that is half English Half Turkish. But the Instructables doesn't suport the Turkish special characters. For example ç characters are a letter which pronounces as ch in Turkish. And thanks for the explanation of dabalabadingdong thing. I just learned something more thanks to you :D
One of the things I really liked about the Turkish language is the simplicity of just adding the tail to the "s" and "c" to make the "sh" and "ch" sound. I don't know who Ataturk hired to "invent" New Turkish, but they were brilliant. No irregular verbs, each letter makes one sound only ... no such thing as a question of spelling -- though I had a bit of difficulty with the two different "i" characters at first. By the time my NATO tour was up in '73 I wanted to continue improving my Turkish, but gradually most of it left me, from disuse. However, once I got back to the U.S., it was a long time before I stopped automatically answering the phone " Yetmish iki yetmish bir, Kidemli Bashchavush..." (not proper spelling, of course)
cool.....whats the turkish mean? hello i am turkish man how may i help you?......
If you were referring to the phrase I quoted, it means "7271, Sergeant Major ..." That's how I answered the phone, 7271 being my extension at NATO Headquarters in Izmir. For your other question, the meaning of "nasil" -- as I recall, "how" is the closest translation. In the common phrase (question), "Nasilsiniz?" it means "How are you?" The phrase "Merhaba ben Turkum. Size nasil yardimci olabilirim?" is Turkish for the phrase you asked about -- " I am a Turkish man. How may I help you?" Hope this clears it up for you. Frankly, I'm probably the least qualified Turkish authority here, since I taught myself, only used it for 18 months, and have hardly had a chance to use it in the next 35 years. "Rusty" is a serious understatement, believe me, and even when I was using the language, my favorite phrase was "Evet, ben Turkce konushyorum, fakat chok fena" -- Yes. I understand Turkish, but very poorly. Someone may be able to explain "nasil" far better than I did.
electrophobia (author)  smokehill6 years ago
No Smokehill NO!! Anyone could explain it better then you. In just 18 months u did learn Turkish! One of the most complicated languages in the world. Well done Smokehill.. In Turkish there is just the base words like "nasil" . But there are also many kinds of addition which can be used at the tail of a word and change it's meaning like combining words together to get a sentence. I am going to give an example for this. Turkish Kitap Kitapchi Kitapchilar Kitapchilardan Kitapchilardansın Kitapchilardanmısın? And the funniest (in my opinion) Turkish-English translation I have ever do!!! "Afyonkarahisarlılashtiramadiklarimizdanmisiniz?" This is one of the longest words in Turkish. And "Afyonkarahisar" is the name of a city in Turkiye. Here comes the translation :) :) :) :) :) :) And now i think everyone feels the difference between these two languages. And the flexibility of Turkish.
Çekoslovakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdanmısınız?
Derin Derin5 years ago
telekomünikasyonlaştıramadıklarımızdansınız
I really didn't find Turkish to be all that difficult, especially after fiddling about with a lot of irregular French (and of course English) verbs, and the horrors of English spelling & grammar. For me, finding a language that had no irregular verbs and the spelling was entirely regular and predictable -- it was a real surprise, and a treat! I didn't get very good at it, unfortunately, but considering how much I learned compared to how little time I actually spent working at it -- I thought it went very well, but mostly because the rules were simple and never varied. Frankly, the process of changing an entire nation's language, both written and spoken, in a short period of time fascinates me. I'm sure there are books in Turkish that tell the story, but I've never found anything on the Web that mentions it at all, unfortunately. There really isn't much on the Web about the details of Ataturk's reforms, though most of us foreigners heard various tales, many of which may or may not be true. All of us heard, at one time or another, that the hojas (mullahs) strongly objected to his secular reforms, and (as the story goes) he just took a bunch of them (hundreds, or thousands -- the story is always different) and publicly hung them. Supposedly, then the rest of them stopped opposing his rule. Few of us believed this was completely true, but it was a very common tale we often heard. We also heard that Ataturk picked a certain date by which no one was allowed to speak "Old Turkish" in public, and all signs -- and books -- had to be changed over, with very strict penalties. This seems more believable, but probably a little exaggerated. Perhaps there just isn't enough curiosity or interest about this period of time outside of Turkey, since there is so little on the Internet, but I'm sure I'm not the only "foreigner" who spent time there and loved the country, and is curious about this period of the naton's history. I haven't been there in 35 years, and probably never will get back, but it is a place I remember warmly, and I'm sure the story of Ataturk's changes, and how they were implemented, must be fascinating.
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
Merhaba ben Turkum. Size nasil yardimci olabilirim?
my nazel size is none of your business(or were yoo saying something else....)
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
Dear fwjs28 i just translated your sentence into Turkish as u want. But I am so sorry cos i don't know and even found the word nazel in dictionaries. I hope there isn't a misunderstanding each other. And also I really wonder what's the meaning of NAZEL??? Could anyone please explain it to me??
ita apelled wrong i think...but its your nose...like ur nasel cavity....
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
That's OK.. Thanks for the new word u tought me :D
haha komik
Derin smokehill5 years ago
He invented it himself,he was also teaching the new alphabet himself
smokehill Derin5 years ago
When I was living in Izmir people told me that Ataturk went from place to place helping teach people, mostly children, the new alphabet and language. I heard that New Turkish was created by a group of language scholars, some European, some Turkish, that Ataturk brought together. I always assumed they were also the ones that developed the European-type alphabet that came with the new language. Whomever did the work, it must be a fascinating story that deserves to be widely told. Perhaps someone will tell it someday -- in English, I hope -- and post it on the internet. So far I have found nothing on this subject by searching.
Derin smokehill5 years ago
they did not teach that in school...and thinking of all the ataturk study we did...hmm
ç
yes a dabalabadingdong usually refers to a thing or object.....my friends say i over use the word ans they say it kinda get annoying....btw i also learned something and it is in turkish...what is next??
electrophobia (author)  fwjs286 years ago
How about teaching our languages each other haha!. That's a good instructable though :D I must start a series of learning Turkish instructables :D
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