Part of the current range of desktop furniture includes an adjustable laptop stand.
The stand has 4 different positions it can sit in and is changed using a connecting rod, the design for this ties in with the rest of my current design line staying with the use of only 2 materials.
The front of the stand has been moved forwards slightly and both the front side and front of the stand will need to be curved for then to move freely over each other.
The cut plan i have below does not show the curved edges these are at a radius of 5mm.
- 10mm dowels aprox. 2x 400mm long
- 18mm wood sheeting (can be substituted for different thickness)
Here are the cut plans for the laptop stand.
Image one contains the 10mm rods an the end connectors for these.
Image two is the stand for the laptop from a top view and a side view, the dowels are 20mm long and have a diameter of 10mm, these can be placed anywhere along the dotted lines and there are 2 on each line.
Image three contains all of the side walls and also the bar to stop the laptop sliding down the stand, the red dowels are the fixings i have chosen but you can adjust and replace these for your own option if you require.
Any questions about the design let me know and i can assist you with this.