|Project by TexasDawg||posted 12-05-2009 05:25 PM||2036 views||0 times favorited||9 comments|
I was able to procure a TV for the office, but there was really no where for it to go, so I set about building a surround for the TV that would allow it to hang on the wall and not fall off during the frequent earthquakes. The building is an old shipping container, so the walls are pretty flimsy. I built the box to allow maximum viewing within the office and then someone showed up with a sound system and I put some shelves on the sides to hold the speakers up. The TV can be removed without taking the surround apart so that we can add wiring as needed and project presentations for meetings as well.
I am still able to make all of my projects with only a drill, battery powered saw, a tape measure, and two clamps. Only a little over a month to go before I can return to my real workshop.
I just wish the instructions for the TV were in English instead of Japanese and Arabic.
-- "Counting down the days till I get back to my workshop..."