Docking Station




Introduction: Docking Station

The reason I made this project was because I was sick of having cords laying around and getting all tangled up, by drilling a hole in the bottom of it I was able to put a 4 point adapter and have all the cords running down nice and neat without being all tangled up.

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Step 1:

Step 1. Cut timbers to length the size is up to you, so you can make it the height that suits.

Step 2:

Step 2. Once all cut pre drill holes to prevent any splits and then screw and glue into a right angle shape repeat that 4 times.

Step 3:

Step 3. When all legs are put together and ready to do cut some support beams again size and length is up to you, remember to pre drill your holes before screwing together.

Step 4:

Step 4. Once support beams are in place attach the frame together pre drill and then screw it up also place some glue down for some extra strength.

Step 5:

Step 5. When you've got all your frame ready to go cut a piece that is suited for the inside of the frame, this part you may need a hand with to get it flush with the top of the legs.

Step 6:

Step 6. Cut sides that will slot down in between each leg with this it may be easier to use pieces of wooden rode for joining it all.

Step 7:

Step 7. Once everything is done get a lid and have the front over lapping and then sand and oil it all up remember to drill a hole in the bottom for your cords to run in. ENJOY.

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    2 years ago

    That's a nice table! If you want to primarily use it as a docking station you could even add in trays to hold the individual devices with their charging cables. :)