FS: Acrylic Display Stands

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  1. Cax6ton

    Cax6ton Insufferable Smartass

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    Tired of rows and rows of your figures clogging the shelves? Get some elevation and display them right!

    Forgive the awful picture quality; I am not a photographer, my camera is terrible, and these things are difficult to take good pics of without hairspraying them and getting a better camera/backdrop setup :D  Full-size pics or better attempts at pictures available, just let me know.

    Prices are OBO and do not include shipping, pictured TF's are not included. Most forms of payment accepted. I'm equidistant from FedEx, UPS, and USPS, so if you have a preference just let me know. If you're so inclined, make an offer for the lot.

    I've numbered these just to make it easy to keep track of - reference the # if you contact me.

    Anyway, on to the displays:

    #1 - 5-tiered semi-circle, pending
    About 13" tall, takes roughly 16" x 7" footprint, made from 3/8" acrylic


    #2 - 2 plate 1/4" acrylic - 1 available $10, 1 pending
    7.5" tall, roughly 14"x5" (total space, not the bottom plate measurement)

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    #3 - 3 plate 1/4" acrylic, pending
    8" tall, takes up about 19"x6"

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    #4 - 90 degree 3-plate, 1/8" pillars & 1/4" plates 2 available $15 each
    These disassemble easily, and can be assembled left or right sided if you need the flexibilty, or have two and want them to be mirror images.

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    #5 - 4-tier pillar 1/8" $8
    Also disassembles, 12" tall, takes about 12"x8" total

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    #6 - 2 level block $8
    This how Optimus prefers to display his alts

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    #7 - 3 tiered "Cocktail Tray" - reserved for Mrs. Cax6ton
    #8 - 4 tiered "Cocktail Tray" - reserved for Mrs. Cax6ton

    #9 - 3 tiered pillar 2 available $10 each
    1/4" acrylic, 12" tall, does not disassemble, roughly 8.5" each side (back of Rumble's pillar to the front of Op's pillar)

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  2. Jeremy.B

    Jeremy.B Formerly Leader Blackout TFW2005 Supporter

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    PM'd on #1 & #4!
     
  3. Soundwave2

    Soundwave2 Excitement! My Style!!!

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    How much for one each of #1-5?
     
  4. Codimus Prime

    Codimus Prime Missouri Toy Hunter

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    Are these your creations or were they purchased?

    If they were your work.... are you making more?
     
  5. Cax6ton

    Cax6ton Insufferable Smartass

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    I think I got back to all of the PM's, if you have not heard from me by the time you read this, slap me and accept my apologies.

    For those asking where they came from:
    No I did not make this batch, I stopped working with acrylic some time ago. These are actually leftover parts from a medical supply vendor who owed me a favor.

    I used to make a lot of the #2 and #3 style but I sold the jigs I had and didn't bother replacing the sawblades and router bits on my tools. As for the others, well, ....bending acrylic is something you have to enjoy doing and do a lot, because it really is a pain to get right.

    I could do some more again in the future, but it would be several months from now at the earliest. Mrs. Cax6ton pulled the #7 and #8 displays and expressed an interest in smaller versions of the #2 and #3, so if I make any more I'll let everyone know and start taking orders :D 
     

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