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post #3106 of 3119
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What is your actual profession, not to be nosey but your very creative. I love how you blend all the corners of the wood together so it looks like it was made of a solid piece. All the different angles and radiuses are so smooth. You could jus tmake modern art and sell it great job.




Thanks.  Hahaha... I am an accountant by training but I run a family enterprise that ships and peddles hardware materials (nuts and bolts) to the far-flung provinces of Mindanao (southern Philippines).

These wood works are my way of giving form to the things in my mind.   

post #3107 of 3119

Sunday morning.  Been busy with renovations.  

 

Time for the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.

 

This one reminds me what time it is.......

 

post #3108 of 3119
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Originally Posted by Honkytime View Post
 

you can start in your own house. you just need the tools to start and the will to start a project. just buy things as you can afford them and try that's all it takes.

 

Cheers! I think the first project can be a Headphone Stand :P

post #3109 of 3119

Sending this to a friend (and a client) tomorrow.  To the degree that I find this a tremendously challenging wood work, I hope he finds it just as fun assembling and putting it up on his table as a headphone stand.

 

 

 

 

post #3110 of 3119
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Sending this to a friend (and a client) tomorrow.  To the degree that I find this a tremendously challenging wood work, I hope he finds it just as fun assembling and putting it up on his table as a headphone stand.


 









Another work of art great attention to detail. Do you cut the wood with a CNC router?
post #3111 of 3119
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Another work of art great attention to detail. Do you cut the wood with a CNC router?


No. All done by hand and a power sander.
post #3112 of 3119
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No. All done by hand and a power sander.

wow that must be very time consuming
post #3113 of 3119
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Originally Posted by acain View Post

wow that must be very time consuming


About 2 weeks to complete.
post #3114 of 3119
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About 2 weeks to complete.

 

I'm wondering if a dremel would help the process. I've been meaning to get one for a while.

 

That and a small belt sander could do wonders for many small projects.

post #3115 of 3119
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I'm wondering if a dremel would help the process. I've been meaning to get one for a while.

 

That and a small belt sander could do wonders for many small projects.




I think I may also get one in January.

post #3116 of 3119
Dremals are great I use one all the time. Theres so many different attachments.
post #3117 of 3119

So I needed a headphone stand but don't want to have it on my desk taking up space...

Found some table clamp-stands that costs way too much and decided to make a cheap 1.

Didn't need it to look presentable since its for private use.

 

Items used: 1 x old clothes hanger, blue tape, 1 x Velcro tape, 2 x knitting needles (just added support), filter sponges (from my aquarium filter), cable ties,1 x cloth lying around.

Took me around 10min to make this.

Lets hope it holds. Will definitely improve it at some point, but it does what it does for now.

 

From under the table.

 

From the top.

post #3118 of 3119

Hugo cradle and small headphones stand for a crazy friend in this crazy hobby.

 

 

 

 

 

post #3119 of 3119

Great stand, as always SP3!

 

This is far from being a favorite of mine, but still worth the post I feel. Better things to come. 

 

 

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