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I love this, great design!

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oops!   I meant crispy's stand!  blink.gif

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Saw these and had to steal. . . I mean make my own wooden stand.  I will post pictures when it is complete.

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My 2 in 1 DIY headphone/IEM holder, just finished sticking it together and painting smily_headphones1.gif I wish I had access to some nice tools though, could have made a sexy wooden stand like all the ones on this thread wink.gif

I'm really diggin' this setup! Could you give a rundown on how you made this? I like how extra cables and IEMs can be neatly tucked away.

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Saw these and had to steal. . . I mean make my own wooden stand.  I will post pictures when it is complete.

darn, forgot to add the pic!?!?

 

 

 

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I'm really diggin' this setup! Could you give a rundown on how you made this? I like how extra cables and IEMs can be neatly tucked away.

THIS PLEASE!

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^^ Awnser for the above. 

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I found a little necklace holder of my sisters that she didn't want anymore (the entire inside part), and I just used a few sheets of acrylic, chloroform, sand paper, and spray paint and violá, headphone stand!

Oh and for the top of it I just found some foam and leatherette material and stuck it on smily_headphones1.gif
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Here is the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  (in honor of the Super Bowl)  Cheers!

 

 

 

 

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Some great ideas on this site!

 

I just completed the Ikea Hack stand today

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Sennheiser HE90 Headphone Stand


 

 

So thanks to you guys I am now forced to make this stand. Not sure what wood, maybe Live oak or cedar. Also making one similar to Tower7s dads silky oak one out of scrap wood to see how I can do on finishes. Gunna try to get a super high polish out of a HLVP sprayer. Any tips for glossy smooth finishes? 

Making this one out of maple, pine, and live oak. 


Edited by Deathdeisel - 2/5/13 at 5:48pm
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So thanks to you guys I am now forced to make this stand. Not sure what wood, maybe Live oak or cedar. Also making one similar to Tower7s dads silky oak one out of scrap wood to see how I can do on finishes. Gunna try to get a super high polish out of a HLVP sprayer. Any tips for glossy smooth finishes? 

Making this one out of maple, pine, and live oak. 

 

1000->1500->2000 grit sand paper then a polish with a cloth. Not sure how it'd do with wood finishes, but that's my method for perfect paint finishes.

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i thought of making the stand out of somenthing "not useful" stuff. So i figured souveniers would do well. So model of burj khalifa + old nitro RC car wheel + some duct tape can create wonderful creations. Its no where near as good looking as yours but it'll do biggrin.gif

 

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Anyone have experience with the liquid glass epoxy stuff? Seems like a quick, durable and easy way to get a good high polish finish. 

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Whatever could it be... confused.gif

 

 

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It's the new stand for my DT880's. biggrin.gif

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