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  1. Greene & Greene Inspired Pedalboard

    This pedalboard was commissioned for a guitarist friend of mine. It is constructed of walnut, with a 1/2 birch plywood surface that is captured via stopped dadoes. The pyramid walnut plugs were added for decoration along with the custom logo. The outside is 2" thick at the front and 1" thick...
  2. Mobile/Tablet Holder

    Mobile/Tablet Holder I had an annual dinner meeting with a group of friends and I wanted to give to all of them a present - something small but useful, so I came up with this idea… a mobile/tablet holder. Made out of a red wood deck piece (I believe it was Ipe) cut to size and make to different...
  3. Tablet Stand

    This is a tablet stand that I made from some scrap wood for my Dad's Birthday. It is made from Black Walnut, Curly Maple, Mahogany, and Poplar. It is 8" tall by 5" wide. I finished it with a couple coats of Minwax Semi-Gloss Poly.
  4. Tablet stand

    My wife needed a tablet stand. Got idea off Pinterest. Created my design with a piece of cedar board laying in my shop. stand is held togeather with a joint and a wood screw. Will make some of these for my craft shows as well. Thanks for looking.
  5. Charging Station

    Made with the intention of trying to keep a small footprint, and charge my 8-10 devices at once if needed. Finished project is ~ 11"x10"x8" (W x D x H) Made of 1/4" poplar except the back is 1/2 to accomodate the screws to secure the power strips Will be adding elastic straps underneath to...
  6. Phone/Tablet Stand

    So I have been just playing around with ideas and was bored the other day. Saw someone make something similar to hold their devices. I am always picking up my phone off of my desk to see what a message is and decided to make something myself. I literally just threw this together, was not being...
  7. Another check mark for the Honey do list

    A simple stand for an Ipad made of 2×4 x 6 leftover oak and walnut. Sealed with salad bowl finished also, left over.
  8. All in a days work.

    I turned some scrap sandply into a new charging station. The red shelf and door are left over toe board from my kitchen cabinet install. It's sanded to 320 grit and will be stained to match the cabinets.
  9. Tablet picture frame viewer holder.

    Hello fellow Lumber Jocks, I have been taking some time off with my busy work schedule to make a few smaller projects. I normally do not post the small projects but, I thought that this one was clever and that the community would enjoy this one. My wife purchased a very cheap tablet for use...
  10. Tablet stand

    Sometimes we use the tablet to keep a recipe up while cooking. I figured sitting next to the sink it was only a matter of time before it got soaked and killed, so I searched up some stands and then drew up this. It's joined with dowels, I had planned on cutting the whole vertical piece from one...
  11. WALL TABLET HOLDER

    Wall hang tablet holder - purpose : to mark and count scores on tablet's aplication during game. Made of 10mm plywood, 33×15cm, spray painted. Top and bottom bars were cut under 10 degree angle for better grip. Top bar is movable/adjustable so you can position tablet horizontaly or verticaly...
  12. iPad/Tablet stands

    Here are two of the eight tablet stands I made for Christmas presents. They are roughly 8×8.5 made of Cherry with purpleheart inserts. Finished with a coat of oil and topped with lacquer. Many thanks for Logan who shared his design for the two leg stand. I worked on a prototype for a convertible...
  13. Tablet & Cell Phone Charging Station

    My daughter sent me a Pinterest request with a picture: "dad, can you make me one of these?" I said yes and that is where the conversation stopped. As it is her birthday one of these days, I decided to make it for her as a birthday surprise. I drew up a SketchUp file (how did I do woodworking...
  14. Walnut Tablet Stand Made with Leftovers

    I purchased a tablet about one month ago and got tired of holding the thing when I am watching a movie. I decided to make a stand out of the extra walnut pieces I have piling up. The back is tilted back from the base slightly and the base has a groove for the device to sit in. My wife and I...
  15. Phone or tablet dock

    My friend needed an iPad stand, so I used some cedar logs lying around from a tree that was mostly dead in my yard. It has about a 5 inch square footprint, and the slot is 1/2 across, 5/8 deep and 27 degrees. Finished with BLO. A quote from the phone message: "...I love it, it's great, it's...
  16. Tablet Holder

    Been looking for a Tablet stand to accomodate my Kindle Fire, and the other halfs IPad, saw a few here on LJ, and this is my version. Cherry leftovers, finished with BLO/Poly/Spirit blend , rubbed on. Dimensions H - 9 1/4 W 7 7/8" , shelf on bottom is 7×1 1/2 " Angle of support approx 55...
  17. Tablet stand

    Per Management's request, an iPad stand for her kitchen. Wood: cedar and purple heart.
  18. Halo tablet stand

    Cherry and Walnut Tablet stand finished with Daly's Glossy Profin and wine flocking from Rockler for the dado linings. Another challenge from a friend of mine to see if we could make a wooden version of something we saw in plastic. For those of you that might care :) Piece was fairly...
  19. Tablet Stand - Spotted Gum

    Getting back into the swing of woodworking this year with a simple, quick project. A tablet stand for my daughter made from reclaimed Spotted Gum. Busted this out in about half a day. Some inspiration from here I like the lipped groove, thanks Page2171. I worked out the dimensions I wanted...
  20. Quick Tablet and Phone charging stand

    I wanted to make a simple but ok looking Tablet charging stand. I looked at designs out on lumberjocks and on Google images. With the basic ideas I picked up I went thru my scrap bins. Made the sides out of Oak legs from a stool I never finished. The walnut stretchers are from a board which came...
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