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Over the door coat hanger stolen from the supply closet at work and "modified" to hold two pair.  I need to put some foam on the top section, it's starting to leave indentations in the headband.

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Stand i just made.  nailed motherboard from old computer into the wall.  and connected the pegs that i found by drilling a hole into them and screwing them in from the back of the motherboard.WP_000247.jpgWP_000248.jpgWP_000246.jpg

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Previously in this thread, someone posted a stand made out of Lego bricks. I found the idea really nice and decided to do a stand with the parts from one single Lego Technics model (8386).

 

Here are the photos.

 

Lego stand


Edited by Oeufdepoire - 2/20/12 at 11:16am
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Previously in this thread, someone posted a stand made out of Lego bricks. I found the idea really nice and decided to do a stand with the parts from one single Lego Technics model. (I'll let you find what one.)

 

Here are the photos.

 

Lego stand

Hats off to you good sir that is genius!  You'd need to do some instructions for that.  :D
 

 

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Unless it is proprietary information, will someone provide me with the dimensions and/or a diagram of this headphone stand?  I am not a very experienced  wood worker and the more information I have the better I will be able to do in building this stand for my own personal use.

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Unless it is proprietary information, will someone provide me with the dimensions and/or a diagram of this headphone stand?  I am not a very experienced  wood worker and the more information I have the better I will be able to do in building this stand for my own personal use.


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P.S.  Hot dam that stand looks awsome!  That was a really lucky person who got that piece.

 

 

post #1087 of 2895

Pricey at $100 but this looks nice:

 

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http://www.audio-technica.co.jp/products/hp/at-hps550.html

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I have no DIY skills. Would someone be able to point me in the right direction for something like this? I could care less about the special wood. Just looking for something w/ a larger top, smaller bottom, 2 can holder.

 

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Made for me by a friend of the family - he's retired and restores furniture for a hobby.

 

I added a couple of brass hooks for the cable.  Seats 2 cans comfortably, and should hold my MS1i's centered - once I get the cable single-sided.

 

If there is anyone in NZ who'd like something similar to this - PM me.  Cost you roughly NZD $50 + freight.  He's in Invercargill and is quite happy to make another one.  For a really nice Rimu stand, I consider it a bargain.

 

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Have to admit, my can holder was made from scraps lying around the back garden.  As long as you can line the three parts up well and have a decent base that allows it to keep stable, you're laughing.

 

Mine has a reasonable size base, a neck and a bar to hang all my four cans from.  I even drilled a couple of holes in the base to stick things in, like adapters and plugs.

 

Start with something simple, after a short while you'll probably be making some epic stands.  It's all down to what you can think of.  :)

post #1090 of 2895

asked my gf to make me a stand. was perfect till TSA broke it during xraying but we got it fixed. still looks good now for someone who just started working with wood.

 

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Made this stand with leftover pieces of aluminum. sandblast and polished finishes were used. holds 3 headphones nicely !! very glad with the way it turned out !

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Edited by liv2ride - 2/27/12 at 5:34pm
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I designed and printed this cubicle hanger for my K701s.  You can download the CAD files from Thingiverse

 

Cubicle Headphone Hanger

post #1093 of 2895

Which printer is this? Surface looks great.

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Thanks!  This was printed on my own RepStrap 3D printer in red ABS.

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Gotta get me one of those!
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