Sometimes i like to place a laptop on the ground, with the screen almost flush with it, so that i can look at it from above. So here is a laptop stand for that. The screen ends up in a 30° angle from the horizontal.
There are two variants, one for thin laptops where the hinge is arranged so there is no step when it’s open, and those that have a step there.
Mirror the provided STL in your slice so that you get a pair.
I generally like to print with low infil and many perimeters and top layers, but set it up to your taste. 300 µm layer height should be fine.
A brim may be useful to avoid warping
You need two standard sized pencils. Tear off any erasers, and saw of the the tips, when they came sharpened.
This is slightly parametric. With a bit of work you can adapt this to your laptop and your print bed. For that i have included the FreeCAD files. They include a spreadsheet called “sizes”. Change values there, check the shape still works, turn it into a mesh and export it.
There is also some design history available at my github repo.