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This one took a while to figure out (I eighty sixed three prototypes before this one). Pretty happy with this one:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by ericfarrell85 - 2/8/16 at 1:02pm
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Hey pal, where do I get this?

post #3559 of 3599

Hey guys, just finished this headphone wall mount with ikea parts that I had around the house. 

Let me know your thoughts.

 

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Hey guys, just finished this headphone wall mount with ikea parts that I had around the house. 

Let me know your thoughts.

 

Visually i like but isnt that 2 much pressure on the headbands?

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New stand design that accounts for zero pressure to ear cushions and full support transferred to headband. Made of hard maple and black walnut. 


I like it! Think I'll try it.

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A revisit on my cyclops stand in "poppy red". I don't paint in my projects often but after this I see room for more possibility in the future. I think this is perhaps more marketable than my more "natural" looking baltic birch version. I turn the waves on a lathe in the first two layers cut my profile and clamp together with more profiled stock. In order to seal and paint I used a 50:50 mix of wood glue(PVA) and water. As well as making the paint go on easily it provided a serious protective shell to the whole design. 

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Thought I would submit the headphone stand I made recently. Used Mesquite Wod as it is plentiful here in Texas. And I am trying out using some "L" hooks off of amazon mounted with command strips in case I come up with a better idea to hand them. Nice that I can tuck away the cables on my shelf next to the stand.


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Beautiful!

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I wanted an enclosed headphone stand for my HE1000s to protect them from dust. This is what I ended up making:

 

Enclosed headphone stand for my HEK. Designed and made my me.

 

Enclosed headphone stand for my HEK. Designed and made my me.

 

The door opens up (and stays there). There is open space at the bottom of the door for the cables

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I managed to print an abs stand with an old piece of crap 3D printer.

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I bought one on Friday.
Let's see if I can manage:-))
Regards Georg

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I have been searching and searching for a headphone that can hold up to 5 full size headphones comfortably. After seeing a couple of Ideas I had an alteration of my own that was very  easy. Apart from treating the wood it was easier than any other attempts. My issues with most headphone stands is that there is usually not enough room for the cords to hang properly, 

 

  • First but a block of wood (thick) that you like and sand it, paint it, "whatever you want" it.( you may have to melt the wax off of it though depending on which one you get. I just put my blank in the oven on 175 with a pan underneath and it was fine. 
  • Get malleable iron pipe fittings, like a flange, tee, and nipples. I used 3/4 inch black iron with (1) 12" nipple, (1) flange, (1) tee, (2)8" nipples, (2) caps
  • pre-drill holes in the wood 
  • use the wood screws (deep ones) that will hold strong in the wood to screw the flange secure 
  • screw the nipples and pieces together in whatever form you desire and viola. 

The total of the pipes costed me 25 bucks from home depot, the wood was another 35 bucks so it's not the cheapest but it works for me. 

 

examples of wood blanks that can work as is (Click to show)
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Mine(10x10x2 1/2" wood blank):

 

 

Plenty of room!


Edited by grizzlybeast - 2/22/16 at 8:53pm
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A beautiful piece of wood with a plumbing pipes?

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It's actually quite common with decor. The plumbing pipe look gives it an "industrial" feel. People are Even doing it with dining tables!!

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