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post #16 of 29
No need to be gentle, that's very cool! I especially like the tire feet. A+
post #17 of 29
So I'm kinda interested in this 'headphone stand design contest'? care to elaborate?
post #18 of 29
Thread Starter 
The main reason I went with the tyres for the feet is that all the surfaces it would go on were smooth, and with the stand being quite light I found it (and the phones) kept sliding off the desk.

That being said I don't feel like I have actually finished it yet. I'm still not completely happy with the base, I'll probably be working on it for a while yet.

Nice work there Skudmonkey For some reason I couldn't have thought of something as simple and elegant as that, it just kept on getting more and more complicated

Everything in the arm is under tension, its almost sprung loaded. But that keeps everything from swaying all over the place.

According to LUGnet, I have over 19K pieces. Most of the sets I get nowadays are technic. I've been slowing down though, I'm running out of room to put them.

Threepointone, yeah I know the feeling It usually takes me about 2-3 days after I originally make whatever it is to find all the pieces in the colours I want. (assuming I even have them)

I don't know all the details on the contest myself yet either.
Keep an eye on Wilson's blog for details.
post #19 of 29
holy wow
post #20 of 29
very cool
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by Gatsu View Post
The main reason I went with the tyres for the feet is that all the surfaces it would go on were smooth, and with the stand being quite light I found it (and the phones) kept sliding off the desk.

That being said I don't feel like I have actually finished it yet. I'm still not completely happy with the base, I'll probably be working on it for a while yet.

Nice work there Skudmonkey For some reason I couldn't have thought of something as simple and elegant as that, it just kept on getting more and more complicated

Everything in the arm is under tension, its almost sprung loaded. But that keeps everything from swaying all over the place.

According to LUGnet, I have over 19K pieces. Most of the sets I get nowadays are technic. I've been slowing down though, I'm running out of room to put them.

Threepointone, yeah I know the feeling It usually takes me about 2-3 days after I originally make whatever it is to find all the pieces in the colours I want. (assuming I even have them)

I don't know all the details on the contest myself yet either.
Keep an eye on Wilson's blog for details.
Hey, another LUGnet user I haven't updated my set list in years, and it thinks I have about 12k peices

thanks for the link.
post #22 of 29
Woah, great stand.

I am getting some inspiration all of a sudden. I don't know whether I've got some Lego lying around, but I'll soon find out.
post #23 of 29
sold all my lego one year ago ive had some good times playing all day with them but now there gone forever *cry emoticon*
post #24 of 29
Dude, I would totally buy one if you made more.
post #25 of 29
That is so very cool! Makes me want to get into my closet full of legos and build stuff!
post #26 of 29
Very nice work!
post #27 of 29
yay for cheap lego builds!


post #28 of 29

very nice would love to build it but link doesent work 

post #29 of 29

very nice but link dosent work 

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