Wooden Headphone Stand

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Happy Making!

For the last 6 months I have been using my desk lamp (past free project available here: https://www.vectric.com/vectric-community/ free-projects/in-the-labs/DeskLamp) as not only a desk light but a place to keep my headphones when they are not in use. I think it is about time to visit a project idea that has been on my list for a very long time…a proper headphone stand with LED lights!

There are so many different versions of this sort of thing out there and to be fair most of my good ideas have already been created in some form or another. I decided that my design needed to fit my needs and incorporate a spear strip of LED lights I purchased a while ago that, conveniently, plug into a USB port on my laptop. As always, I wanted it to be easily customized and use very few CNC tools. 

So here it is, a simple to cut, easy to assemble, and customizable headphone stand.

In this video, I’ll show you a few tips on how I designed it, how to be sure it will work before it’s cut and some things I would do differently next time.

Hope you enjoy this project but more importantly, I hope you are still making cool stuff and that you’re staying safe!

Todd

* VCarve Desktop users will need to make a few simple changes to the project file in order to cut this. To help with this I will briefly touch on those changes in the video.

which Vectric software do i need to be able to open the free project files?

Versions 10.5+ of the software

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