Sunday, June 2, 2013

1950's Record Player Stand

I made this Record Player Stand for my 1950’s Westinghouse portable record player. My 8-track and cassette players fit on it too. It’s made from a single 2’x4’ sheet of 3/4” Sandeply plywood and 5/8” pine dowel rods from Home Depot and assembled with just wood glue.

The legs are the 16” Hairpin Table Legs from Rockler. I painted the dowel rods and plywood edges black for a sleek look. I was afraid it might wobble or sway because of the dowel rods and legs, but it is really rigid and barely moves. I think the 12 album divider rods give it lots of strength.

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