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Angled Macbook Pro stand

by yusufk Jul 3, 2014
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This was the tallest thing I have ever printed so I have the chance to push my printer to its limits. I have scale down a little bit to be able to fit to My Prusa MK2 printer. In my opinion this stand can be designed a little bit different so It can does the job but spend much more less filament to print.

This has consumed at least half of my 1kg PLA filament with 0.2 and %20 :)

Thank you for sharing though.

I have an hp elite book 850 g2 will this work with it and how much filliment will it take?

How could that take u so long to print

I was going to print this. Squeezing every drop of plastic out I could, and scaling it to work on my larger laptop .. resulted in like 40 bucks worth of plastic. If I were to rework this design I would remove whole sections of the middle (about 50% of the total plastic)

This design would be too expensive to print, cheaper to buy PlexiGlass, heat it up with a heat gun or heater mats and bend it into place. (cost for that 10 dollars, vs a whole spool of 3d)

Also it is a 3d printer, some cool guilding.. Man I got to get a copy of solid works >.<

Will it work on a 13" white mac book

I don't see why not, in fact I think it may work better. If anyone with a 13" comes around I'll test and let you know.

I'm gonna print this for my 13" MBP Retina, it looks like this would suit the 13" even better. I'll let you guys know how it goes!

Nicely done! Would you be able to post the original design file? I'd love to remix this to use less plastic by meshing/fencing the large surface areas.

Hey ="disqus_3qophtzvnu:disqus" href="http://disqus.com/disqus_3QoPhtzvNU/Justin, I used Cubify Invent, will upload the file shortly. My 1st version was too wide for my printer so I shortened it by 10%. I'll upload both versions.
This was my 1st design form scratch and 1st time using Invent, and I couldn't find an easy way to do the fencing, so it will be great if you could.
I also printed it hollow, which is ok, but not perfect because it's a little bouncy. I use a book to give it more support now, and this also helps as a palm rest.