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post #1472 of 2914

Been doing some research into making my own stand and I ran across this http://www.captjackspiratehats.com/skullhatstands.htm.

 

Bit pricey for me but still awesome haha, I've only made it about 40 pages back on this thread but im kinda surprised there aren't many hat stands being used.

 

My project is coming soon hopefully... along with my new headphones wink_face.gif

post #1473 of 2914

any advice in how to go about glass enclosures?


Edited by KamijoIsMyHero - 12/1/12 at 1:12am
post #1474 of 2914
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any advice in how to go about plastic enclosures?

How do you mean enclosed?
post #1475 of 2914

ohh I meant glass x|

 

headphone stand + glass enclosure to keep off dust much like displays where people get to "look but dont touch" type of thing, I have experience in metal and woodwork but not much in glass

post #1476 of 2914
You could probably have an exotic glass company blow a jar of glass to your specs
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Way back in this thread there are a set of Grado 325's I believe on a stand under a Bell Jar. Looks very good.

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Now thats just sleek (and well executed by the looks of it). Nice work.

Dude, what is that tube amp? that thing looks boss!

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Dude, what is that tube amp? that thing looks boss!

Looks like from the name on the cover, its a Bravo Audio.

http://bravoaudio.com/bravo2.html

post #1480 of 2914

My dad bought a few horns and antlers last year, and i decided to use one for my holder. It is an authentic cow horn :). I used Body-Filler, with a wood piece with a nail through it, used the body filler to put it in the horn, and screwed it into my wall. I like it alot, so tell me what you all think :)

 

 

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post #1481 of 2914
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My dad bought a few horns and antlers last year, and i decided to use one for my holder. It is an authentic cow horn smily_headphones1.gif. I used Body-Filler, with a wood piece with a nail through it, used the body filler to put it in the horn, and screwed it into my wall. I like it alot, so tell me what you all think smily_headphones1.gif


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Nice!
post #1482 of 2914

^ very unique. I love it...

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Very nice DutchGFX, original for sure and very nice looking!

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You could probably have an exotic glass company blow a jar of glass to your specs
that would be crazy
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Originally Posted by DutchGFX View Post

My dad bought a few horns and antlers last year, and i decided to use one for my holder. It is an authentic cow horn smily_headphones1.gif. I used Body-Filler, with a wood piece with a nail through it, used the body filler to put it in the horn, and screwed it into my wall. I like it alot, so tell me what you all think smily_headphones1.gif
Quite awesome :P
Though kind of freaky having a long pointy object protruding off the wall--and headphones sitting on them.
Just don't trip in its vicinity!
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