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  1. Take the neck ache out of your day with these beautiful Laptop Risers!

    I have noticed that many people are having neck problems, ie. stiffness and soreness, and terrible posture using laptops. The screen is set too low and if lifted up the keyboard is way too high. This usually works out okay for temporary periods of time but some people actually work on their...
  2. Standing Desk for Computer

    Teleworking + bad ergonomics = pain in the tailbone. Had to make a stand-up platform for the computer. Maple plywood. Breaks down into four pieces, joinery = friction & gravity only. It wobbles only a wee bit, but not terribly. Groove for the cell phone is a 1/2" channel with a 3/8" hole for...
  3. Laptop Stand

    Laptop Stand set with desk top card holder and wallet card holder. I made this out of Maple, Purple Heart and Vera wood.
  4. POWER LIFT FOR COMPUTER STAND

    Here it is, the power computer lift for my original stand finished. It works great. In the one photo you can see the little box with the control switch. It is powered by a 9v. power supply. The drive is a small surplus DC gear head motor. I never liked moving the lid on the hinge that much so...
  5. Access to Lumberjocks from surgical recovery- laptop/ipad stand for bed

    Last week, I was told i would need reconstructive orthopedic surgery to my foot that would require me to spend 2 weeks afterward flat on my back with my foot elevated in the air. I wanted a stand that could go next to the bed and hold my laptop at a good distance and angle for typing as well as...
  6. Laptop stand

    My latest little woodworking project - I made a laptop stand for myself. After making a desk for my daughter, she stole the plastic, store-bought laptop stand I had on my desk. So, I decided to make myself one. It's Birch plywood and Bradford Pear.It was the first time I'd used Bradford Pear...
  7. Computer stand

    This is a computer stand that got out of hand. I started with a little plan from one of those "easy projects" books about a year ago. I finally had some time to work on it and it grew! It is 25" wide x 22" deep x 30" high (all I can say is the plans called for one that would just about fit a...
  8. Leopard Wood and Curly Maple Computer Desk

    My wife asked me to build a small, low profile stand where she could set her computer, printer, and speakers while she is working in her craft room. The idea was not to have a desk to work at, but a small area to set her computer equipment out of the way of whatever project she was working on...
  9. MODULAR AND ADJUSTABLE MULTI-MONITOR TOWER •

    June 17, 2014 I spent Father's day bonding with my youngest son who is the father to my 2 grandchildren. PROJECT: The goal was to build a structure to hold 2 (possibly 3 in the future) flat panel computer displays as well as a laptop computer from the back edge of a desk with the smallest...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi, I'm really a noob when it comes to knowing all there is to about routing. I just know how to do my specific task but don't know why I started getting this particular problem. I frequently cut out shapes on 3/16" masonite board (squares, circles, hearts) I've only been doing it for a couple...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    i did a search but couldnt find this here on LJs….. here is a link to a newly designed compound miter saw from Bosch! LINK they have removed the guide rails and replaced them with a pivoting ball bearing arms! looks like a pretty innovative design too me! also appears to save some space behind...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    I just saw this on the Lee Valley site and am about to order it. Looks like just what I was looking for. http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,43072,43086&p=70465
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