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post #2281 of 3065
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

Add some leather and I'm all over that... Thanks Bro form SC! I haz to find me some Maple nao! :D

:beerchug:

ugh yes, Leather, Metal and Wood [wow that's really kinky sounding ;3] and I'd be on that like white on rice as well 

post #2282 of 3065

If your leather skils fail you might try a pair of leather (motor)bike handlebar grips. available in pleather and real leather

Sweeeet

post #2283 of 3065
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Originally Posted by mobiman View Post

If your leather skils fail you might try a pair of leather (motor)bike handlebar grips. available in pleather and real leather

Sweeeet
Wow Thanks!
I never would have thought about those not being a rider and all. I'll have to stop in at a bike shop and have a look see.
post #2284 of 3065

that is an amazing idea dude.. can someone make it happen..

 

Charles.. you're probably at the shop as I'm typing this out O_O

post #2285 of 3065

Always happy to help you:atsmile:, but remember, this is not a cheap solution if you want the real deal. 


Edited by mobiman - 10/18/13 at 3:49pm
post #2286 of 3065
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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post
 

that is an amazing idea dude.. can someone make it happen..

 

Charles.. you're probably at the shop as I'm typing this out O_O


Nope found a decent looking one, but this DB... he don't ship to Canada.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/BROWN-Bike-Bicycle-Handlebar-Leather-Grip-Grips-127mm-x-18mm-Beach-Cruiser-/221104560409

post #2287 of 3065

Some additional colors and a different wood type. I'll soon be working on a 2nd, 3rd and 4th design. The 2nd will be the largest and will accommodate up to 4 headphones. Included below are the two racks I've built, Time permitting I'll be building a second one for a bedroom set

 

 

 

 

up. 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2288 of 3065
It should be illegal to have that much gear and those wood working skills!

Your work is indeed Top Shelf Sir!
beerchug.gif
post #2289 of 3065

Haha, it should be illegal to be so half-baked as to purchase so much gear. I don't have a more recent pic but some of that stuff has been sold and the Balancing Act really adds some flair to the rack. The Lampizator that's on route should give it some more panache and then a lot of the gear will have to go for redundancy has long-ago set in. Audio building is not my forte, my apartment is entirely comprised of furniture I've made, but I'm going to try and tackle the audio scene with some good, wholesome, craftsman, prairie-style pieces. I hope to have a line of headphone stands, amplifier chassis' and audio racks completed within a month or two. Lots of geometry swirling around this cranium. 

 

:beerchug: 

post #2290 of 3065

Mine

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is a Sieverking stand adaptation with a base to hide the cable..
 
 

 

Linn Majik DS Streamer

AudioNote 3.1x DAC

Woo Audio GES

Stax SR-009

 

Linn Majik is controlled by iPad3 via Kinski...or Airplay

 

 

Cheers

 


Edited by Sahara - 10/18/13 at 10:31pm
post #2291 of 3065
post #2292 of 3065

I just found this one on the web:

 

machook_multi_800.jpg
 

This should't be too difficult to copy, except for the suction part. See extra pictures on http://cargocollective.com/workerman/MacHook


Edited by mobiman - 10/19/13 at 4:26pm
post #2293 of 3065
I think I may have seen that on LifeHacker
post #2294 of 3065
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Originally Posted by mobiman View Post
 

I just found this one on the web:

 

machook_multi_800.jpg
 

This should not bet too difficult to copy, except for the suction part. See extra pictures on http://cargocollective.com/workerman/MacHook

Not bad at all

post #2295 of 3065
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

Not bad at all

Very cool 

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