K'nex Games Stand

It's been a while since I uploaded anything, and so armed with a new camera I return! Here is my Game stand. It holds PS3 / Blu-ray disc cases at the top as well as two controllers. In the middle of the tower it holds PS2 / Xbox 360 / DVD disc cases. The bottom houses my old PS1 and my PS2 controller and provides stability and strength to the structure. At the back the stand is reinforced so the games stand doesn't wobble when pushed or bumped about. It has 2 carry handles (the 2 flexible K'nex rods) which are surprisingly very strong and have never once let me down. Unfortunately this isn't an instructable but instead a slide show. If lots of people what me to post it as an instructable I will do so.

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    21 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Epic concept but I'm afraid that living in a house with children always running around, it is too bad of an idea for me to favorite D: 5/5 for balance but 4/5 for being top-heavy. I'll try and mod it when I finish my K'Nex paladin shield that's sucking up too many of my resources (K'Nex).

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Actually you'd be pretty surprised but when it's against a wall its pretty stable. I stopped making things out of K'nex longgg ago but this is still in my room :)

    you could probably mod the top to accomodate your console. i dont really care though, i Still own and play a ps2


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    aint it? this one kick's mine out of the water! i thin i might study the photographs and make something similar


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Very Nice! What I think I like most about this is that you can expand the top with a second shelf should you need more space.