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Originally Posted by ericfarrell85 View Post
 

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. 

 

 

 

Nice work I can work with metal but wood just doesn't go well with me.

post #3122 of 3134
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Originally Posted by Pirakaphile View Post
 

Now that I have more than one headphone, and nowhere to put one of em (I have the Grado in the drawer.. Sorry..), so I'll definitely be checking up in here for ideas and help. I've done a bit of woodwork, but nothing very small. Big things like bookcases and doors and removable window frames. Hopefully I can scrounge materials together and get something interesting (or functional) built.

 

Edit.

 

I also have a lot of experience with LEGOs. Ideas are forming now, I'm in big trouble if I skip homework and chores in favor of experimenting with LEGO headphone stand building..

 

I don't have much access to the outside web at work but head-fi is one of those websites that are allowed. When I have no work, I tend to go backwards page by page and check the different stands. I am sure that I saw some LEGO stands somewhere.

 

@Eric I love your stands and this one is nice too!

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On the right side of this page, towards the upper third, there is a gallery of pictures. Click "view all" and you can scroll through all the images posted in the thread.

 

 

See it in the top right?

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Not remotely close to what Eric did, but this is my hand crafted stand for two headphones, complete with pegs for wires.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Desertblood View Post
 

Not remotely close to what Eric did, but this is my hand crafted stand for two headphones, complete with pegs for wires.

 

 

Very nice, Simple but functional i like it. 

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Finally decided to build me a headphone stand and it turned out pretty good for my first build. Haven't sanded or painted it yet so it's not completely finished but here it is in its current state. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Prod - 12/6/14 at 5:00pm
post #3127 of 3134

Nice cant wait to see it done.

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Now there is a competition between the pics few post above.Who have the most wood CUTS. 

 

Well done!

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Nothing earth shattering, but I found my bubble head doll at work to be an excellent stand

 


Edited by LxJLthr - 12/8/14 at 12:11pm
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Very suitable when you think about all the Benjamins we throw into our hobby. biggrin.gif
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Using Spatulaorama guide and a few others I created another rendition of the DIY Ikea stand. However used 6" legs, Ikea cutting board, and plumbing insulation foam.

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Originally Posted by krazyxazn View Post

Using Spatulaorama guide and a few others I created another rendition of the DIY Ikea stand. However used 6" legs, Ikea cutting board, and plumbing insulation foam.

 

Great idea using the cutting board. It took me a while to figure out what base to use when I did mine.

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Working on one to hold two sets but not take up too much room on my desk, I'll post pics when I'm done. Making it out of hard maple.

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My first attempt, materials from home depot, took my about 30 minutes and a full day to let danish oil to dry.

 

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