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Speaker stand

Author: Deophron
Used time: around 1-2 hours
Cost: 30~
Categories: Home entertainment | Buildings, structures etc. | Furniture

Speaker stand

Needed low budget speaker stand for my backspeakers, so decided to make pair by myself. Don't have the plannings scanned but you don't propably need them. :)

Started from cutting the pieces off from cross-glued wood (dunno proper english name)
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Then drilled 4, 6mm wide holes for the wooden plugs that will hold up the pieces together. :)
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Pluged in the 30mm x 6mm wooden plugs and some glue between the pieces and clamped them together.
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Measured the places for the vertical pillars.
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Finished measuring.
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Used specialised tacks to mark hole places for bottom part of the stand.
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Layed the filler to the pillars to get smoother end result.
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Sanding... yay...
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Finished sanding
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Fitting the pieces together. Looking good. ;)
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Sanded all the surfaces for paintjob
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Doing some prime painting.
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Now is the time to add the mat black color to the surface. :)
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Decided to add rubben pegs under the bottom part.
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Final shot after gluing all together.
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Stand is now 90cm's high. Turned out pretty nice result. :) Going to make new one next weekend for other rear speaker.

Sorry for blurry pictures, only had my cellphone camera in use.


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07.04.2009 11:48 DeophronI have plans in my head about hiding teh wire. :) You'll propably see how I'll do it soon. ;) Speakers will be next project after this but don't know when I have time and money to do them.
07.04.2009 09:14 ErrtuNice slick design.
07.04.2009 07:06 JiikaxThat looks awesome! Only if speakers itself would look better ;) And hide that wire somewhere, so it wouldn't look ugly ;/