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X-Carve Laptop Stand

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Hans T

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Hans T
Netherlands

General Information

My first project:
A laptop stand that can rotate, up/down and pivot.
Mounts to available bolts in the Side Board.
Made from the wood (18mm) i had laying around.

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Panos Gerontis
Very nice project. But not shared for the public?
Panos Gerontis
Carl Brink
You have not shared this publicly
Carl Brink
Hans T
Ok I tought i did. How do i share it public then?
Hans T
Panos Gerontis
I think if you open it in Easel there is an option to share it public
Panos Gerontis
YML
Still not shared to public.
YML
Traxxtar
Still not shared as of 1/2/18
Traxxtar
Hans T
Is it shared now?
Hans T
Sam Gironda
Yes, now shared. Thank you
Sam Gironda
Neil A
Nice job! You may want to consider cutting some holes in the tray for better heat dissipating.
Neil A
Brian Hoelscher
Thats a Great Idea!
Brian Hoelscher
David Sease
This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
David Sease
David Sease
Hello again. I just cut this project out and the only thing that I see is that the cuts do not properly fit into the cutouts for the mounts. Everything else is spot on.
David Sease
Bryan Aitken
Good day all. I just cut this out and used 3/4" MDF it looks like it is intended for 1/2" just a FYI for anyone wanting to cut one of these for themselves.
Bryan Aitken
Jeremy Austin
Stupid question.... but... what type of hardware is used on the base so it can pivot?
Jeremy Austin
Kathy Wilt
newbie here how do i use someone elses design on here. i for some reason dont see it
Kathy Wilt
Kathy Wilt
sorry i found it lol
Kathy Wilt
Seth Bruins
What did you use to make the base pivot?
Seth Bruins
Mike Phillips
No hardware needed to pivot. Wood against wood.
Mike Phillips
Colby Lucier
New to CNC which bit is best to cut this? and how long should this take to cut? shortest I can get is 4hr I believe.
Colby Lucier
John Choate
The circle part of the base that the mounts are on goes in the square base but I can't see what hardware is used through the holes in the center so that it can be stable and rotate.
John Choate