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There is a screw, but not in the picture taken there. I have since mounted it permanently on the other side of the desk. 

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Here's a Headphone stand I just made today. I looked through this entire thread looking for some ideas and found a little stand that was originally used to hold small flowers or plants in the basement that I took apart and made into a stand. It's my first attempt at trying to create a headphone stand and I don't have a lot of woodworking tools at my disposal. Anyway, here is what I came up with...

 

 

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Originally Posted by TheGame View Post

Here's a Headphone stand I just made today. I looked through this entire thread looking for some ideas and found a little stand that was originally used to hold small flowers or plants in the basement that I took apart and made into a stand. It's my first attempt at trying to create a headphone stand and I don't have a lot of woodworking tools at my disposal. Anyway, here is what I came up with...






Not bad at all, has a lot of space to place multiple headphones.
post #2404 of 3026

hey! Neat thread.

 

I was originally thinking of getting something like this:

 

and then putting holes in the eyeballs and have it be a holder of my glasses as well, since I never have a place to put my glasses/sunglasses...but I don't know where to get a plastic dummy head and it'd probably take up a bit too much room on my desk...and it would be creepy :) - Without looking though 161 pages of this thread, has anyone made an apparatus that holds headphones AND their glasses?


Edited by ropeadope - 11/11/13 at 6:36am
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Originally Posted by ropeadope View Post
 

hey! Neat thread.

 

I was originally thinking of getting something like this:

 

and then putting holes in the eyeballs and have it be a holder of my glasses as well, since I never have a place to put my glasses/sunglasses...but I don't know where to get a plastic dummy head and it'd probably take up a bit too much room on my desk...and it would be creepy :) - Without looking though 161 pages of this thread, has anyone made an apparatus that holds headphones AND their glasses?

I use a Styrofoam head mannequin. It holds my HE-500's and a pair of sunglasses perfectly. (See my profile picture)

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Originally Posted by semaj8james View Post
 

I use a Styrofoam head mannequin. It holds my HE-500's and a pair of sunglasses perfectly. (See my profile picture)

ah cool. Nice setup btw, those are some damn big headphones!

 

All our DIY headphone stand woes will be solved by 3D printing :P

post #2408 of 3026
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Originally Posted by ropeadope View Post
 

ah cool. Nice setup btw, those are some damn big headphones!

 

All our DIY headphone stand woes will be solved by 3D printing :P

Honestly, I'd love to have a Styrofoam head for my headphones, yea it's a little weird but in the best possible way imo! 

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Honestly, I'd love to have a Styrofoam head for my headphones, yea it's a little weird but in the best possible way imo! 

It's fantastic! No strain or stress on the headband, and looks creepy! 10/10 would recommend! 

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I would love to see some 3d printed attachment for a vertical paper towel holder
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Oh well. Finally got some time to have a go at making a stand. So many great ideas in this forum. Decided on making one out of Aluminium. I work with CNC milling machines. 

 

This was one of the parts being machined

 

 

 

These were the parts i made

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This was the final result. I screwed up a little with the tapped holes running through the upright brace. They came through in places. That 3d shape in that part was meant to represent a speaker with sound waves resonating from it. I will probably get the whole unit carbon fibre wrapped. I have some soft foam material to go onto the half rounds that the headphones sit on. The cable holder is ok but the HD700 cable looks messy. I will update the post when i have finished the project.

 

 


Edited by ax3kill3r - 11/15/13 at 7:49pm
post #2412 of 3026

Nice, Very Nice!

Now all I need is a CNC Mill... :D

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Originally Posted by ax3kill3r View Post
 

Oh well. Finally got some time to have a go at making a stand. So many great ideas in this forum. Decided on making one out of Aluminium. I work with CNC milling machines. 

 

This was one of the parts being machined

This was the final result. I screwed up a little with the tapped holes running through the upright brace. They came through in places. That 3d shape in that part was meant to represent a speaker with sound waves resonating from it. I will probably get the whole unit carbon fibre wrapped. I have some soft foam material to go onto the half rounds that the headphones sit on. The cable holder is ok but the HD700 cable looks messy. I will update the post when i have finished the project.

 

 

 

 

daam that looks superb, that and some shiit sitting next to it at some nice wood table. I´m already dreaming. Nice work

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Originally Posted by ax3kill3r View Post
 

Oh well. Finally got some time to have a go at making a stand. So many great ideas in this forum. Decided on making one out of Aluminium. I work with CNC milling machines. 

 

This was one of the parts being machined

 

 

 

These were the parts i made

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This was the final result. I screwed up a little with the tapped holes running through the upright brace. They came through in places. That 3d shape in that part was meant to represent a speaker with sound waves resonating from it. I will probably get the whole unit carbon fibre wrapped. I have some soft foam material to go onto the half rounds that the headphones sit on. The cable holder is ok but the HD700 cable looks messy. I will update the post when i have finished the project.

 

 

That is most epic... I swear there are some really cool ppl here at head fi :O 

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Originally Posted by ax3kill3r View Post
 

Oh well. Finally got some time to have a go at making a stand. So many great ideas in this forum. Decided on making one out of Aluminium. I work with CNC milling machines. 

 

This was one of the parts being machined

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These were the parts i made

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This was the final result. I screwed up a little with the tapped holes running through the upright brace. They came through in places. That 3d shape in that part was meant to represent a speaker with sound waves resonating from it. I will probably get the whole unit carbon fibre wrapped. I have some soft foam material to go onto the half rounds that the headphones sit on. The cable holder is ok but the HD700 cable looks messy. I will update the post when i have finished the project.

 

 

 

Amazing work, my friend. *_*

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