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=== The Mission ===
 
=== The Mission ===
 
The display's stand is too low for my liking. I used to use my PowerBook 180c as a riser - but that felt just wrong. The poor P'Book. So I created this stand, it features:
 
The display's stand is too low for my liking. I used to use my PowerBook 180c as a riser - but that felt just wrong. The poor P'Book. So I created this stand, it features:
- variable height
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* variable height
- stackable
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* stackable
- drawer
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* drawer
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I adjusted the model to fit on my printing bed (cut the back side off). You can re-enable printing the whole thing in the .scad.
  
 
=== The Result ===
 
=== The Result ===
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[[Image:3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 03.jpg|666px]]
 
[[Image:3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 03.jpg|666px]]
 
[[Image:3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 04.jpg|666px]]
 
[[Image:3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 04.jpg|666px]]
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=== Instructions ===
 
=== Instructions ===
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=== The Downloads ===
 
=== The Downloads ===
* [[file:TBD.zip]]
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* [[file:Asus Monitor Stand v3.zip]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:57, 20 December 2018

The Mission

The display's stand is too low for my liking. I used to use my PowerBook 180c as a riser - but that felt just wrong. The poor P'Book. So I created this stand, it features:

  • variable height
  • stackable
  • drawer

I adjusted the model to fit on my printing bed (cut the back side off). You can re-enable printing the whole thing in the .scad.

The Result

3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 01.jpg 3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 02.jpg 3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 03.jpg 3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 04.jpg 3D-Printed Monitor Stand with drawers for Asus VS247HR 05.jpg

Instructions

Just print it. 10% infill or more and support (for the stand, not the drawer) are recommended. PLA does fine.

The Downloads


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