• if that tower falls, this HDD dies - ismh_

Work Table | San Francisco

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Stefano Cobucci, Dolarz, fedoradave, and 57 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. n.chr 86 months ago | reply

    Now this is a really unique setup. Even that big heavy computer is hanging, must be some strong wood!

  2. desenso 86 months ago | reply

    I like that you've attached all the peripherals underneath. I can't say I care for the floating Mac though.

  3. fedoradave 86 months ago | reply

    Very cool Setup... I like the hanging tower. When I get my desk I may have to try that

  4. blupics 86 months ago | reply

    The G5 is hanging from a steel plate that is screwed in the desk. The plate is sold online with the purpose of hanging a G5 from the underside of your desk - the tower ain't going nowhere and, as you can see here, works well in so far as keeping the computer off the floor or taking up space on your desk:

  5. notcannedfun 86 months ago | reply

    i see a cord though! bad cord!

  6. blupics 86 months ago | reply

    Heh, heh Roger - Nothing should be too perfect, should it? Actually, I just ran out of powered USB ports and so...

  7. cpmpercussion 86 months ago | reply

    You win. The feeling of ``too far'' only adds to how cool this is. Bravo.

  8. quiviran 86 months ago | reply

    So, is this a dedicated workplace or a work space in a home? I'm trying to visualize the larger space out of the frame of the photo. It is a cool setup.

  9. quiviran 86 months ago | reply

    Never mind. I saw the caption on one of the others identifying it as a home office. Very nice.

  10. fedoradave 86 months ago | reply

    Do you mind a better photo of the bottom of the desk, the brackets look interesting

  11. Brendan Biele 86 months ago | reply

    You must be an engineer... well done!

  12. blupics 86 months ago | reply

    fedoradave: don't have time to do more pictures but I can give you the addy for the site where i bought the brackets (with the exception of the bracket for the G5)...

    www.macessity.com/

  13. Tales of the Bay 86 months ago | reply

    very nice setup! major kudos!

  14. Guido Jan 83 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called stilllifeart, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  15. snap,snap [deleted] 78 months ago | reply

    Gorgeous view from the top...

    Major set-up below... Hope it doesn't overheat and burn the table.. Lol...

  16. cabriel.loxley [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

    That is one cool setup. Congrats!

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