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This is the hanging television mount accessrory for my wooden I-Beam Bed. It swivels rotates and everything. It just hang there in space. I only attach the HDMI cable when I use it as an extended monitor because the cable is so stiff but the Broad Band Cable is always connected.
I couldn't select a wood because it's not really wood, it's MDF and Chunk [chip] Board.
Hope you guys like it?

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Wow! very inventive,kinda reminds me of the movie Honey I Shrunk The Kids. Very nice job
 

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Unique project ,well done.
 

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That is wild! I like it !!! Your having too much fun!!!
 

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I don't what to to say, I can't take my eyes off of it, really cool.
 

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Awesome! Very whimsical. It reminds me a little of the incredible Dan Sawatzky. If you're thinking of doing a cool glaze to make it look like some kind of rusted or aged metal, take a look at Dan's site for some inspiration. http://imaginationcorporation.com/journal/. Somewhere in there is a video where he shows how he does it.

Regardless of how you finish it, it's a unique and clever project. Keep up the good work!
 

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hello Metro great to see you on L J again welcome back :)
and with some woodprojects among the the top three :)

as you can see some design have changed on the frontpage since last winther
but you will get used to them the site still works as you know it

take care
Dennis
 

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These are the cable and wiring clamps I made to support the T.V. cable and power cord. I'v decided that I am going to make a wooden bus bar contact with sliding contactors like bridge cranes have that will slide along with the T.V. when it is moved. Don't you think that would be cool and look a lot more engineered?
 

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Alot more engineered …. LOL :)).... hardly
but sounds good …

Dennis
 
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