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I've been going to Physical Therapy 3 times a week for herniated disks in my neck. The therapist sits at a table in the exercise room with a small notebook computer perched on a teetering pile of books to get the screen up to eye level so he doesn't have to always be looking down at it. I've found myself with time on my hands lately, so I went to the scrap bin and whipped out a stand to hold his computer. The top slants 10 degrees, and has a 3/8 high rail around 3 sides to keep the computer in place. I couldn't resist showing off a little with an inlaid dumbbell on the front.
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Good job, Andy! I'm sure he'll like it but once the other therapists see this you may need to gear up to make more.

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Great job Andy . I bet he’ll really appreciate this

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And I thought that inlay was an "H" for Hody - nice looking stand.

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Great job Andy and I know he or she will like it. I wonder what your going to get out of making the table? Maybe they will do your exercise for you.
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