Homemade wood “iCurve” stand

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Homemade wood “iCurve” stand

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Erik writes –

“I created this and a few other iCurve style stands in wood. I experimented with cherry, maple, oak and red oak. No stain was used, only lacquer, so the original beauty of the wood comes out. The trick part was keeping the notebook from sliding down the stand. Two short pieces of solid copper wire are used at the lowest part of the upper rail to provide a “lip” to prevent movement. The lip is lower than the optical drive slot. Now if I could only get a MacBook Pro with wireless power, I could get rid of that last cord ;-)” [via] – Link.

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2 thoughts on “Homemade wood “iCurve” stand

  1. aplumb says:

    Hmmm… Inductively charged Lithium-ion and LiPoly batteries could work, as long as it doesn’t fry the hard drive.

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