After receiving my Ayaneo I wanted to get a stand/dock while waiting for the official dock to arrive. I looked around for some alternative but did not like any of the commercial stands that people suggested. I did print the other stand that was put up on Thingiverse, but it was really too big to transport in a bag.
my print settings were pretty low, I used PETG
Print standing on the short side, with the Cable channel up no support required that way.
to make this, I purchased a dock with 3 USB ports, 2 HDMI and a USB-C with power passthrough. This would cover the basics and allow me to connect it to my Monitor when I docked it.
USB-C right angle adapter link is here:
First step after printing was to tape off the sides and back and spraying with glue. I applied some felt to cover the area that is in contact with the computer. After the glue set, Remove the tape and trim away the exess felt. I also trimmed out the slot where the USB-C right angle adapter sites.
The USB-C adapter is held in with hot glue, First I attached it to the Ayaneo and then carefully placed hot glue into the slot and then placed the ayaneo down on the stand. after the glue sets remove the ayaneo and added some more glue on it to hold it on. This was done before inserting the dock, but I did place some painters tape to prevent the glue from running into the dock compartment.
final step was to insert the dock into the space at the bottom and then feed the cable into the cable port to plug it into the right angle adapter.