DIY table stand for Beolab 3500…

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    matador
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      Hi guys,

      Got two Beolab 3500. Would like two table stands but they are crazily expensive if you ever manage two find one.  Do any of you have any idea for a DIY, or replacement that could work? I’ve made a wood easel stand prototype but I’m not 100% satisfied and before making it in better wood, I’m fishing for ideas.

      Thanks.

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      KolfMAKER
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        Is this the table stand you are looking for?

        What is the price when you buy one?

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        Mr10Percent
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          #13746
          matador
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            Hi KolfMaker,

            Thats the one I would like, Yes.
            I’ve still not seen one for sale around but I was told they’re quite expensive.
            There is a wall stand for sale in local ads and it’s around 60€, that is more that I paid for the two 3500.

            That’s when finding bargain B&O stuff dont helps you !    🙂

            BTW, stil no luck in fixing the powerlink input, but if the 3500 from your friend is an MCL model, you should try the 5V trick!

            Regards.

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            KolfMAKER
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              Hi Matador,

              A wall stand for €69,- sounds like a good deal. The tabel stands that I have seen are around €150,- (pay attention to shipping and import costs).

              Other alternatives besides a 2nd-hand original are either a self-built stand, or a 3D printed stand similar to the original.

              A 3D printed stand in metal will easily over exceed €150,-. But if you would print one in ABS or PLA and you know someone with a 3D printer, it could be affordable. ABS can after printing be finished with a metal look.

              Anyhow, of course you also need a 3D model of the tabel stand. It could be that someone had designed it before, or you need someone to design it.

              By the way, I have a 3D printer and I also design 3D models. I could create the BeoLab 3500 table stand if I had a physical example.

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