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A simple Lego technic tablet stand.

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<p>cool thanks</p>
<p>The parts list:</p><p>2 Pin with Ball (6628)</p><p>2 Black Beam 2 x 4 Bent 90 Degrees, 2 and 4 holes (32140)</p><p>2 Beam 15 (32278 / 64871)</p><p>2 Beam 11 (32525 / 64290)</p><p>2 Beam 7 (32524)</p><p>6 Technic Pin with Lengthwise Friction Ridges and Center Slots (2780)</p><p>6 Axle to Pin connector with Friction (43093)</p><p>6 Axle Connector (Smooth with 'x' Hole) (59443)</p><p>and then two axles of some size and one axle 2 longer. I used 8 and 10 because I am holding up a 20&quot; monitor with this thing but you want shorter ones.</p><p>Images at https://www.flickr.com/photos/chx/sets/72157651763856592/</p>
<p>Would be very nice if you could include a parts-list. All lego-pieces have individual numbers. : ) Because I'd really like to make this, it's very cute and as Joshua mentioned a good gift. ^_^</p>
Hey thankx man! My dad would love one for his iPad on fathers day.

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