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Build a cardboard laptop stand that keeps all the cables in place with no tangles. A must for everyone with a laptop. All you need is a box and Makedo re-pins and re-clips available at mymakedo.com.

This instructable was designed by Tanaka Satoshi, Makedo's master maker in Japan.
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Step 1: Find

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Source a cardboard box that is wide enough to sit your laptop on.

Step 2: Score/cut

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Begin by placing the box on its side. Use the point end of the Makedo safe-saw and score from one corner of the box to the opposite corner.
Cut a hook shape just before the bottom corner to prevent your laptop from slipping.

Step 3: Fold

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Fold inwards along the creased line.
Turn the box over and repeat on the other side.

Step 4: Fold

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Fold the top flap to follow the slope of the
hook shape. Carefully place your laptop on the angled surface to ensure that it rests firmly without slipping off.

Step 5: Punch

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Use the Makedo safe-saw and punch four holes through the flaps of the cardboard.

Step 6: Connect

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Connect using Makedo pins and clips shown in the image.

Step 7: Build

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To create a cable tidy slot, simply attach an extra piece of cardboard to the side of the stand and use the Makedo pin and clip to hold it in to place.

Step 8: Share

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Your Makedo laptop stand is complete. Don’t forget to share and upload your creation to mymakedo.com.