On our final Maker-a-Day, we are joined by Megan Scott, an artist with Chester Beatty Library showing us how to make a “DIY Steampunk Plague Doctor Mask”, and James Clifford from MadeByCliff who will be showing us how to make our own “Ergonomic folding laptop stand”.
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James Clifford will be running this workshop on creating your own folding laptop stand.
While are all working from home these days, our ergonomic work environment has been left behind. I have created a laptop stand which raises the laptop to the correct height and also folds away when you’re not using it. It also becomes a case for your keyboard, mouse and other peripherals when folded.
Materials needed for this workshop
It is a simple plywood design with a few small 1 inch hinges. It can be made with a saw, chisel and wood glue.
Nathan Wheeler will be making a small scale diorama of a country road, small enough for the table top. This will be a showcase of simple modelling techniques to make a simple and easy to enjoy diorama, replete with a nice custom made tree.