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post #166 of 3005
not sure if i like it or not yet..

i might have to get used to it





post #167 of 3005
Nice stands everyone, I think i'm gonna try to build one soon.


ps..ueyteuor, your stand has nipples
post #168 of 3005
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Originally Posted by ccouch5859 View Post
Nice stands everyone, I think i'm gonna try to build one soon.


ps..ueyteuor, your stand has nipples
lol yeah, it has nipples and chest hair as well
post #169 of 3005
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Originally Posted by ccouch5859 View Post
Nice stands everyone, I think i'm gonna try to build one soon.


ps..ueyteuor, your stand has nipples
You know, if you specially positioned two equal sized spheres on each of the two topmost pieces, you could get an interesting phallic symbol.
post #170 of 3005
post #171 of 3005
that's pretty slick .....it looks great even by itself
post #172 of 3005
Wow, that's really nice OverTork! Care to elaborate on how you constructed it?
post #173 of 3005
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Wow, that's really nice OverTork! Care to elaborate on how you constructed it?
Take a banana stand, chop off the top. Take a copper cylinder, cut a hole in the bottom. Place copper on banana stand.
That looks like what was done to me, though I have no idea.
post #174 of 3005
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Take a banana stand, chop off the top. Take a copper cylinder, cut a hole in the bottom. Place copper on banana stand.
That looks like what was done to me, though I have no idea.
Close, however no banana stands were harmed while making this stand. The top is a two inch length of three inch diameter copper tubing. A one foot long 3/8 inch aluminum rod passes through a hole in the bottom of the copper piece and attaches to the top with a screw. The aluminum rod is threaded into the base which is a 1/2 inch thick, six inch diameter aluminum disc. The weight of the base makes it very stable and the height allows a gentle stress free curve of the cable. The rod cost me a few dollars but the other two pieces were scrap. As a bonus if I wrap the cable around it just right I can listen to my neighbor's phone calls.
post #175 of 3005

AKG K1000 Headphone Stand

AKG K1000 Headphone Stand; Work in progress....








post #176 of 3005
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Very nice Afrikane, what are the woods you used?
post #177 of 3005
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Originally Posted by OverTork View Post
Close, however no banana stands were harmed while making this stand. The top is a two inch length of three inch diameter copper tubing. A one foot long 3/8 inch aluminum rod passes through a hole in the bottom of the copper piece and attaches to the top with a screw. The aluminum rod is threaded into the base which is a 1/2 inch thick, six inch diameter aluminum disc. The weight of the base makes it very stable and the height allows a gentle stress free curve of the cable. The rod cost me a few dollars but the other two pieces were scrap. As a bonus if I wrap the cable around it just right I can listen to my neighbor's phone calls.
Where do you get 3 inch diameter copper?
post #178 of 3005
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Very nice Afrikane, what are the woods you used?
Pau marfin & African Rosewood. Thanks fatcat
post #179 of 3005
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*cools pics*
Thanks you very much for sharing OverTork, you have inspired me to make an all copper stand! (I love the way copper looks)
post #180 of 3005
Fantastic looking K1000 stand Afrikane, beautiful wood and beautiful lines.
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