The stand is constructed with the method mentioned in the previous tutorial.
Tools and supplies:
1) Staples mesh document holder ($8, Staples)
2) Seal-All contact adhesive ($3, Ace Hardware)
3) Two Antec LED 120mm PC fans ($5 each on sale, Fry's)
5) ANY usb cable that you don't need as long as it has the connector intact ($0-$5)
4) Soldering iron and soldering accessories
Step 1: Prepare the document holder
The staples document holder looks like a "Z" from the side. There are two long sides and one shorter side. Bend the two longest sides such that they overlap each other.
Pretty much it will just look like a "7" after you do this. There will be one long side (the two long sides collapsed into one) and the original short side.
The holder also comes with two hemisphere-like magnets that were originally used to hold the document in place. We will use these as stoppers to position your laptop.
I glued the two magnets on the edge of the document holder with Seal-All contact adhesive. Put a layer of glue on the holder and on the bottom of the magnets. Leave them to separately set for 10 minutes then put them together with sufficient pressure.
These will keep your laptop from sliding down.