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Old 11-26-2016, 09:53 AM   #11
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yes, the frame hoops or whatever the proper term is, between each window.

If you get the 2x4 brackets to attach to the etrack you can anchor the shelf supports to them, then legs to the floor.

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some ideas here maybe..
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Old 11-26-2016, 10:28 AM   #12
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yep, that e-track stuff would be ideal.
Can reconfigure your arrangement at will.
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I'd say Vertical E-Track between the windows, attach heavy lower shelf the size of lower synthesizer base, with two front legs to support the weight farthest from wall... Then you'd have the ability to cover synthesizer with a moving blanket, and strap it down for transport.

Bolt pipe flanges through flooring and pipe flange to bottom side of shelf.

You'd then have 4 or more points of support...
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Old 11-26-2016, 02:06 PM   #14
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Bare with me, I'm using primitive tools...
Black = Synthesizer
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on the other hand if you ran the e-tracks horizontal at the end of the green lines you would then be able to adjust the position of syn. to suit. Plus picking up the strength of more than one vertical rib per track.
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Do I have vertical studs in my bus? (I wish I had horizontal bitches!)
Maybe you were joking, but just in case here's a picture highlighting my vertical studs. They are covered in black foam but you get the idea.
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Old 11-26-2016, 03:14 PM   #17
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that looks awesome but im afraid my skills will just be a tin can full of gear.
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I didn't get to say it in my Flintstone drawing.... But, the kicker would be a sheet of plywood cut to size, and turned horizontal, plus you could screw power strips to back side of it...

Say the bench is 5' long, then the kicker would be 5'wide and 3'tall..... The outer downward force of the front edge of bench transfers down to wall/floor joint.
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Old 11-26-2016, 08:39 PM   #19
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I noticed one guy used shipping pallets with wood stain behind his walls. Was free!
And I think safe as long as they dont burn or get wet from the chemicals? I know shipping containers have really bad chems in the flooring.

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