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Nice one @redracer01. Great to see you make you first post. We look forward to seeing your plans turn into reality.
What materials do you plan to use?
Let us know if you need a hand with anything. I'm sure the Workshop community will be more than happy to help.
Could not find a TV stand that I liked. This was purpose built to fit a 30" LCD tv. The shelves were measured out exactly to fit latest game consoles. Was meant to roll so that I could put in front at the foot of our bed and when finished with your games or movies would roll out of the way into a corner.
@redracer01 How many consoles are you planning on housing in it? Thought about any nifty cable management for the rear? Perhaps you could work some hidden ducting into thouse uprights. If not then there a few neat little clamps that Bunnings sells that could assist in keeping things hidden
Smart cord clamp Cobra 3 channel
Thanks @MitchellM I will keep those suggestions in mind.
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