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Wood Ipad Stand

Discussion in 'iPad DIY' started by littlebuddha, Jun 19, 2010.

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    I needed a stand for the kitchen to stick the ipad in, small footprint and its heavy enough not to topple over. first one, can improve a little. Will make another for docking in the lounge see if i can come up with a little better.:D

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    Errr....is it stable ?

    Looks like the centre of gravity is a bit off to the back....

    Is the wood heavy ?
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    Errrrrr what do you think. if you read it states heavy so not to topple. you can see it standing, if it did not work i would not be useing it. but hey Errr its mine so you have no worries.
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    I like it! You are very creative! What keeps the iPad in there?
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    Why be so rude? He was not rude. Why are people so mean here at times?
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    It's the nature of the Internet when we can't read body language or tone. Words are more easily misconstrued without the subtle indicators we are used to using.

    Of course his wife may have run off with his life savings and his best friend, or he was born congenitively grumpy.....
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    LOL. Hilarious.
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    Fpr an IDIOT your a fuuny person, ha ha. If one was to read and understand english they would not need to ask daft questions. And if i have given remarks back to someone and you people have to butt in and give your replies on mine what does that make you.
    Its also amazing that in real time they would not say a thing. If you do not like what you read go to another page. This has nothing to do with anyone apart from the guy that made the post, if he wants to rebutt me fine, other to that the world would be a much better place without big noses getting stuck where they are ot asked to go. Get a life people.
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    Okay, Littlebudda. Lets.be.nice.

    I personally love that stand!
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    What kind of wood is it that weighs so much?
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    What a dick! I love it. :D and the stand looks pretty cool too ;)
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    I like it, does it twist so you can change the viewing angle or it it just a turned pattern on the end pieces?

    Jeff
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    Just a patt on end, it just static, i just wanted a stand for the wife in the kitchen, reads odd cook reps. cheers jeff with a J mine is Geoff, spelling is much better:D
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    I love that you are creative enough to make your own stand - very nice!

    As to it being able to stand, I think it looks like it's got plenty of meat, I mean check out the little hockey puck I bought - if it can stand then littlebudha's stand should be really stable.

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    :D my full name is Jeffery as against Jeffrey or Geoffrey - coupled with a double barrelled surname, you can understand why I prefer to be known by my initials "JTH". :)
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    Thats pucking good,:eek: but then again its most like to be nailed down glued down or just magnets. I like that nice simple and works, always the best things. Nice one:D
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    Round piece of wood with a slot, works great on airplanes.

    I actually started digging around for some wood to copy the one you built, to leave on my night stand.
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    Haha, these are very nice ideas. :D

    I use a very small are eisel (sp.) to hold mine upright next to my craft area. It works great.

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