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    My notebook is so much heavy to this .

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      Try doubling up the cardboard. With enough layers it should hold any beast of a computer you may have.

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      The height is to bring the screen up to eye level so you don’t have to look down. More ergonomic.

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    I first made one of cardboard, then opted to make a more long term one out of junk pieces of plywood my father had in his garage.

    The cardboard stand was “strong” enough- the tensile strength of the cardboard itself could support the weight, but the stand was moderately unstable, and I barely missed a disaster when my macbook decided to slide right off.

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    I like so much better a portable stand like Standivarius aero. pack this one and takes 5 min. no thanks

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  • Jim

    I just built one of these, seems sturdy enough for my needs. It ‘could’ be pushed over but I shook it pretty well with an old encyclopedia for testing and it held up.

    It took about 45 minutes to cut and build (with scissors), I would suggest using an exacto knife or even a jigsaw if you are doing multiple layers and would take less time. I also added some holes to pass wires and hide them behind the bottom piece of cardboard.

    I’m going to add a lay of modge-podge to solidify the corners and smooth out the appearance.. maybe even some paint if it finishes nicely.

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  • Greg

    Just modified this to give me 30cm (12″) of rise at the back! I added another cross-brace at the front (full rectangle from top view, but at 70degree angle from side view). Very sturdy, no wobble!

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       try it, no? if it does not fit, fix the sizes…

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