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UPDATE (11/19/2008): I've created a printable PDF template that you can use to help with the cardboard cutting process. The dimensions of the template are slightly different than ...
Please see the attached image for all the disclaimer info. Also, be careful not to slice your hands up in the process of cutting any cardboard - please ...
Please be sure to note that if you are using a laptop with a limited screen tilt angle (like the MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops), then this stand ...
These are the dimensions for the two sides. Feel free to cut the slits/notches to your particular cardboard's thickness.Also, I cut a somewhat big piece out from underneath ...
I'm hoping the diagram is self explanatory, but please leave a message if anything is unclear.And yes, the pieces should be as perfectly rectangular as possible - that's ...
As I mentioned before, I'm hoping the diagram is self explanatory but please leave a message if anything is unclear.
Assemble the rectangular pieces you just cut into two crosses. These crosses will act as cross-braces for the laptop stand.
It is probably easiest to insert the cross into one side then the other, as opposed to inserting the cross-braces into the bottom notches at the same time.
Once you have the bottom cross installed, the top cross should slip on quite easily. Be sure that both top and bottom surfaces are all flush with each ...
All that is left to do is to center your laptop on the stand and make sure that everything is stable!Feel free to send any questions or comments ...
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