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I always use my laptop in bed.
Using the laptop in bed is very difficult without the appropriate table. Given that I'm living in iran and global markets are not available. Table if there is such a price is too expensive, I decided to make it myself.
Hopefully, the description is understandable given that they do not speak good English.
 
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Step 1: Ingredients

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1.The MDF board used
2.Computer box cover
3.Metal bolts and washers

Step 2: Leg

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Each piece 25 cm
It depends on the size of your laptop.

Step 3: Cutting metal sheet

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24 pieces of sheet metal are removed by Angle grinder.
To prevent the wood from wear robes.

Step 4: Metal pieces glued to the legs table

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A piece of metal with wood glue to glue the two ends

Step 6: Sheet metal bending

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Sheet metal for the floor to create a table as picture

Step 7: Install sheet metal

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Two small pieces of wood that were already prepared to make a floor plate
Mobeca3 months ago

I made another one in pine wood and mdf a year ago inspired in the same concept. Simpler than these and, obviously, cheaper (about $8)

what is the reason of attaching metal strips to wooden legs?
skatrun (author)  waqas_siddiqui1 year ago
Strength and Beauty
can that be portable
Yes sure is portable.
It weighs 1.5k kg.
The assembled dimensions 35 * 25 * 1.5 cm.
sonicrz1 year ago
I've been looking for a good laptop stand (or any table like that in particular) its been the best one I've found! Definitely looking forward to build one over the summer:)
skatrun (author)  sonicrz1 year ago
I am very glad that I made ​​was the best one for you.
Do not forget me if you need help.
Thank you very much.
my, you must have a lot of patience to cut all those bits of sheet metal. wow.
skatrun (author)  dwgreenisen1 year ago
Being patient is the key to creating good thing.
thank you....
foobear1 year ago
It's awesome!
skatrun (author)  foobear1 year ago
thank you very much
Cool idea
skatrun (author)  Jade o gator1 year ago
thank you jade o gator
Tormentil1 year ago
Love it, good job :)
skatrun (author)  Tormentil1 year ago
thank you very much
tmarable1 year ago
What tool was used to cut the sheet metal?
skatrun (author)  tmarable1 year ago
Angle grinder