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This is a super-easy, low-cost project that anyone can do. This laptop stand/cooler can be made for any size or any brand laptop (I made mine for a ...
You will need:PVC (about 1 inch size)Grippy pad (not sure what it's called - you will recognize it in the picture)Hot glue gunHack saw (or similar)Tape measure
Easy: Measure your laptop's width and length. Write these measurements down for later.By the way:Length = Measurement left to right across your laptop when you view it from ...
Cut the PVC pipe with the hacksaw to the length of your laptop.
Cut a piece of your grippy pad so that it is a couple inches longer than the PVC pipe and wide enough the wrap around the PVC pipe ...
Lay down a thin bead of hot glue across the length of the PVC pipe. Take your grippy pad and attach it to the pipe on this bead ...
Take the excess grippy pad that is hanging on either side of the PVC pipe and put hot glue on the inside end of it (see where the ...
Cut a grippy pad sheet that is as long as the PVC pipe (or laptop) with no excess lengthwise this time. The sheet should be as wide as ...
Lay down another thin bead of glue (To make this bead less visually distracting, lay it over a previous bead of glue). To this bead of glue attach ...
You've made a great laptop stand that will elevate your laptop and keep it cool. It can easily roll up and be stored in your laptop bag too!
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