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My girlfriend is a music major and she needed a music stand in order to practice. As it turns out, music stands aren't cheap, so I decided to build her one from some parts lying around my basement. (I did have to buy a few things).

Step 1: Parts and Supplies


Arguably, the parts lists is a bit long, but I had most of the supplies and even purchasing all the parts should only run you around $15.

Parts
1x 32" long 1" diameter PVC Pipe
1x 32" long 1/2" diameter PVC Pipe
1x 1/2" PVC T-Connector
2x 1/2" Two Hole Strap
1x 5/16 Carriage Bolt
1x 5/16 Wingnut
4x 10-32 Bolt
4x 10-32 Wingnut
1x Poplar Craft Board
1x 2'x2' thin Plywood Sheet
1x Small piece of moulding

Supplies
Power Drill
Some Drill Bits
1 1/4" Bore Bit
Clamp
Hack Saw
Wood Glue
Tape Measure
Pencil/Marker
Miter Saw (helpful)
Rigid Jobmax or like (makes things easier)
Spray Paint
Straight Edge
Piece of Hobby Foam (I used sub floor)
Safety Glasses
Katie8411
<p>Great project! I need some for my students, and this fits my budget - Thanks!!</p>

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