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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
For my A-Level Design course back in 2003 I designed and made a Turntable stand for my final piece.

Upon completion and grading I was able to take it home for my own personal use, but now has come the time to sell my beloved stand.

Made from mixed wood (plywood, pine - possibly others but I can't remember!)

Measurements:
Width: 121.9cm
Depth: 40cm
Height: 88.8cm

It was made big enough to hold two standard turntables and most mixers with room to spare.

It also has two compartments (as you will see in the photos).

The top compartment measures: 46x15.4cm
Bottom measures: 37x15.4cm

These can hold either a selection of 12" records or as I've been using them - for my amp and extension plug sockets.

None of the equipment is included in the final sale, it is just to illustrate what the stand looks like in use.
Shipping/Payment:
Due to the size and weight this item is only open to collection from Milton Keynes, I will not post it.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
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#2
Hi m8

its a fantastic piece of joinery which i would love in my cell.

can you answer me a question about it though. is it real plywood, and what proportion would you say is made from it.

thanks.

ps can it be disassembled to fit in the rear of a bedford Racal van?
#3
In the photos it does look like the top part of the desk/stand is warped downwards slightly - is this a trick of the light?

Also - is it heavy? I'm looking at touring DJ'ing professionally but at the moment I'm just doing village fetes (I've had the option to do the odd school disco but I'm not sure the conditions of my parole allow it) so I want to make sure I'll look the part - this could be just the thing as I don't want it to look like I've just cobbled any old stand together.

Just out of interest, what grade did you get?
#4
Johnny5
Hi m8

its a fantastic piece of joinery which i would love in my cell.

can you answer me a question about it though. is it real plywood, and what proportion would you say is made from it.

thanks.

ps can it be disassembled to fit in the rear of a bedford Racal van?


The top and side panels are made from veneered plywood.

The legs and strengthening cross section are made from Pine.

Unfortunately due to the way it was made it can't be disassembled.
#5
BristolDave
In the photos it does look like the top part of the desk/stand is warped downwards slightly - is this a trick of the light?

Also - is it heavy? I'm looking at touring DJ'ing professionally but at the moment I'm just doing village fetes (I've had the option to do the odd school disco but I'm not sure the conditions of my parole allow it) so I want to make sure I'll look the part - this could be just the thing as I don't want it to look like I've just cobbled any old stand together.

Just out of interest, what grade did you get?


High, the top panel is slightly warped but this in no way affects the use of it
I got a grade C for this.

Also, should add, there is a 19mm hole on the top right of the stand - this was done so I could affix my monitor arm.
#6
I've just realised that its you two from uptown forums........proper mature that is!

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