For those of you with a smaller printer like me, this interlocking remix of Thomasdc_'s geometric MacBook Pro Retina Stand (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1330829) will allow you to print this great stand in multiple parts without having to glue or fasten anything together.
The parts are an interlocking slide fit that's very secure, and is best assembled via tapping them together with a weighted object (i.e. small hammer or large wrench)
The gap in the interlocking pieces is 0.15mm so layer heights above this will be tight. I have printed at 0.175 and it's a nice tight fit.
Note that gap between interlocking parts is 0.15mm. Layer heights will affect the fit of these parts because of orientation of the locking features. They are oriented this way because the stand is very sturdy as a result and doesn't require glue.
Inspect the interlocking channels for zits and other inconsistencies clean the up as required. Mine came out nice and didn't require any clean up.
I traced the .STL file in Fusion 360 and created my own part splits and locking features once I had the outline traced. I changed the bracing just because I like the look of triangles.