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Gorgeous Laptop stand

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Warren Downes

Project by

Warren Downes from One Wood Woodworking Videos
Australia

General Information

Build this great looking Laptop Stand, for full build details you can go to this link http://www.onewood.com.au/how-to-make-a-wooden-laptop-stand/

The original build was made using a router table and i have modified it so you can cut the parts out in Easel.com, just follow the video for assembly.

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Link to build video

For the full details on the build you can go to this link and watch the video

http://www.onewood.com.au/how-to-make-a-wooden-laptop-stand/

The video shows a router table and scroll saw been used, you can now open the plan in Easel.com and make it with your X-Carve instead.

Just set the material thickness in easel.com, i recommend using 3/4" or 19mm material.

Sam Alaimo
awesome
Sam Alaimo
Turi Ducommun
That is a very beautiful design. Congratulations on your creativity.
Turi Ducommun
Michel Guerrero
how many pieces you cut firthisproject //?
Michel Guerrero
Warren Downes
Hi Michel i used about 12 pieces but it will depend on the thickness of the wood and size of the laptop.
Warren Downes
Ken  Timblin Sr.
i may be missing something but what does this have to do with the xcarve??
Ken Timblin Sr.
Alex Voltz
This has NOTHING to do with X-Carve nor CNC. Some Olde-School click-bait?
Alex Voltz
Louie Lyons
Awesome design. Carved all the pieces and then glued them together to make the stand. Figure I would explain it to the ones who didn't get it.
Louie Lyons
Matt Slaga
What do you estimate the weight of this to be?
Matt Slaga
Tony Whittall
Very nice piece but I notice this was not made using x-carve which they are using to promote their project. Would like to know if and how long it would take x-carve to produce the dozen or so pieces to be glued together.
Tony Whittall
Kenneth Maddux
"The original build was made using a router table and i have modified it so you can cut the parts out in Easel.com" Dont be that guy Ken Timblin
Kenneth Maddux
David Peterson
To cut 12 pieces at 1200mm/min and 1mm DOC will take close to 12 hours. Using 19mm stock.
David Peterson
Jeff Richmond
One thing I did was add 3 holes for alignment dowels and carved with a 1/4 inch bit .Then i speed up the machine to carve 2 out of a piece i can get 2 pieces in about 30 minutes
Jeff Richmond
Jeff Richmond
i really like your design i found that the time it takes is undeniably overwhelming, I have modified the design to 12 minutes with an 1/8 inch downcut bit running at 30 ipm. also adding the dowel holes for alignment while gluing
Jeff Richmond
Kevin Pilgrim
Cool stand. I definitely want to do a couple of builds for friends at work
Kevin Pilgrim
Kohfe
What type and size bit to crave it out with? 1/4 endmill? How many flukes?
Kohfe