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Awesome Job! Love the look of the sandwiched panels and your painted planets.
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Thanks! I really like the look of your easel too!
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The cost for the materials in the material section is about $275 ± $50 Note this doesn't include shipping and that for many items, I didn't necessarily shop around for the cheapest prices.
Also, check back for improvements to the leg design.
Thank you so much! So many instructables creators and maker YouTubers have inspired me, it means so much to know I've done the same!
Thank you or the comments and question! This design has plenty of room for storage. The underside of the tabletop is a good surface for this. The space between my angle ajustmenet arms is about 13" by 19" and can hold somthing with a thickness up to 4.5". Additionally, you have the same amount of space on the other side. I hope to do some more experiments with the legs soon and will update the instructable but, would suggest following what's written above for the legs (two part, square tubing with tape). I have yet to calculate cost. I will get back to you with how much I spent.
The weight is 29lbs. Definitely one of the things I hope to improve if I made another version. I want to shed ~10 pounds, if possible. If weight is a problem you could probably add wheels and a suitcase-style handle. Interestingly, people have told me it looks heavier than it feels.
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Cool, That's smart! I've thought about putting some holes in my desk for mounting items while in the inclined position but, I didn't think about ventilation. Thanks for the comment!
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At least for me, it is meant to be in a motivational tone, not in a negative sense. If I understand what you mean, I think my message aligns more with "Don't Walk... RUN!". I Hope that answers your question!
I should have made this more clear in the instructable so, I just added it. For me, the sign functions as motivation to keep running, and to never give up.
Thanks Seamster! Only a maker can really understand the the time and effort we put into our projects. I love your work too!
Haha, Thanks man.
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