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I wanted a simple laptop stand that could be easily disassembled and packed in a backpack. Using Autodesk's 123D Fabrication Utility, I created CNC toolpaths that I ...
Inspired by a design by Rachel Gant, I made a variation in Autodesk Inventor. Each piece was exported as an SAT file for the next step.
I used this website to create the toolpaths http://apps.beta.123dapp.com/fab/ Full disclosure, I am a developer for Autodesk that helped build this site. :-) On the 123D menu, I ...
I used a full sized Shopbot at my local Fab Lab. Shopbots are readily available at Tech Shops, Fab Labs and other Maker communities. You can also use ...
Sanding and finishing would make the parts look much nicer. But I want to try a couple design variations. The stand is a bit steeper than I like. ...
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