I have loads of early thinkpads which are in pieces because of the way the hinges have or are likely to destroy the stands they're attached to - either in the lid, base or both.
My idea is to built replacement stands which can be inserted into the bases or screws to provide a much stronger foundation. I know absolutely nothing about 3D printing but I do know that PCBWAY will now do all sorts of 3D printing based on whatever design you send them. I feel I'm going to need to do a course in whatever the best, cheap, compatible version of CAD which a company like PCBWAY would recognise. Does anyone have any advice on how they learned to build 3D printing designs? Is there maybe a decent course on Skillshare or Linkedin Learning or something? Or just a really great series on youtube?
ANY 5xx Series, 700, 700C, 701CS, 720, 720C, 730TE, 750, 750C, 750P, 755x, 760x, 765x, 770x
ANY 8xx Series, A20P, A21p, A22p, A30p, A31p, R30, R50, R50p, R52, T40p, X2x, X3x, X40
As for how to learn - I’m sure there’s a YouTube tutorial.
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