Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #34: "Hard Maple Rocks!" Headphones Rack - Mounted

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Blog entry by Paul Bucalo posted 03-11-2015 12:16 AM 894 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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In the My Projects section I posted the completion of a rustic headphones rack for my ancient audio-technica AT-703 headphones. Since that post I added another coat of Danish oil and a final finish of The Original Formula Johnson Paste Wax.

Here is what it looks like without the headphones:

...and with the headphones:

And here is a view of the main workstation area of the office, showing the rack in place:

This was a rewarding build, true to my scratch-building nature in scale modeling. Because this was build for Dominic Bender’s The Challenge Tree challenge, I had to confine myself to the use of live edge wood and the piece I started with. Every bit of the design and construction, then, was dictated by what I could derive from the branch size firewood.

I have some small pieces left over, which I will use in the construction of a simple toy robot I am giving away on Google+. If I need more, there is plenty more hard maple firewood at Dad’s place.

-- -- Paul Bucalo, Upstate NY USA

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