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Old 05-03-18, 12:12 PM
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Well done I hope Corsair looks at this thread . As above has said get a cushion filled with polystyrene ball to go underneath that way it will keep it level

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Old 05-03-18, 12:29 PM
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Well done I hope Corsair looks at this thread . As above has said get a cushion filled with polystyrene ball to go underneath that way it will keep it level
Think I will! However, i'm going to try upholstering it myself, rather than hunt for something the right size.

I'm also going to add a groove in the base of the keyboard cut out, so I can angle the keyboard with it's included feet and still have it nice and secure.
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Old 05-03-18, 02:06 PM
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Think I will! However, i'm going to try upholstering it myself, rather than hunt for something the right size.

I'm also going to add a groove in the base of the keyboard cut out, so I can angle the keyboard with it's included feet and still have it nice and secure.
You should be able to get the polystyrene balls from a craft/hobby shop or alternatively have some fun and break up packing blocks.
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You should be able to get the polystyrene balls from a craft/hobby shop or alternatively have some fun and break up packing blocks.
I've got some old bean bags somewhere that I can cannibalise. I'm honestly thinking about using a velvet for the cushion though. We all need a bit of luxury in our lives
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This is actually very cool.
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This is actually very cool.
Thank you!
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Awesome job Lucy, especially for a first time woodworker! I almost missed this thread, great stuff! Necessity is the mother of invention.
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Awesome job Lucy, especially for a first time woodworker! I almost missed this thread, great stuff! Necessity is the mother of invention.
Thank you! Next think I'm planning is making a shelf for my Corsair 570X build to sit up on the wall next to my TV
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