The stand isn’t an antique… the iPad is. It’s really old, maybe even first generation… the kind with the awkward humped back. I didn’t match the curvature of the back perfectly, but it’s close 'nuff.
Here’s the Amazon box test cut plus the final version in .127" Baltic birch from Woodpeckers. I did not bother to mask the wood, and finishing was only light sanding. It’s functional, but not too pretty.
The design was done in Illustrator because I haven’t learned Fusion yet. I suppose this is just what it is made for!
To make press-fit tabs and slots in .127" BB, I figured out these settings.
Cutting 1/8" Baltic Birch
Speed 190, Power FULL (Pro)
Design your tab with no adjustments. Make the slot -.013" in each dimension. In other words, if you have a .250" wide tab and your BB is .127" thick, the matching slot would be 0.237" x 0.114". This will produce a press-fit that is tight enough not to require glue, at least for light duty objects.