Created a laptop stand over the weekend for the wife, whose been managing with a stack of books for longer than I prefer to admit. It’s designed to have a rustic / steampunk vibe; and to match a black-pipe lamp I made last year with a similar design.
Fairly basic use for the Onefinity, just cutting out the outer contour of the top, and the vent grooves, and the contour of the base. I had to do the chamfering manually with the router, as I didn’t have any 1/4" chamfer tooling (only 1/8" for my Nomad 883, or 3/8"+ for my Grizzly).
It may seem tall, but it sits on a standing desk, and the height was intentional to overcome glare, and other angled needs for use of the built-in camera, hence the need for all the stacked books prior
Designed in Fusion360, after a pencil sketch.
- 1/2" black-pipe with couplers and flanges for legs
- 1/2" Red Oak (top)
- 3/4" Red Oak doubled up for base
- Brass screws for attachment