Needed a cheap and effective laptop stand that would work for both of my laptops. Used as little material and tools as possible.
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Step 1: Materials and Tools
- 100x45x45 mm piece of wood
- 2x rubber feet
- 2x steel wood screw
- wood glue
Step 2: Cut Wood
Measure and cut to desired size. I cut the piece of wood diagonally to get two triangle shapes; you can see the marked lines in the picture.
Step 3: Glue Together and Sand
Glue the side legs together. Make sure to let it dry properly before sanding it down.
Step 4: Screw in Rubber Feet
Rubber feet are put on the top to provide more friction and keep the laptop in place.
Step 5: Finished
As a footnote, there is enough room to install a fan if you should desire more cooling for your laptop.