How to Create a Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger

If you’re tired of having to put your headphones on the floor next to your bed at night, then you’re going to love this cool new headphone stand with wireless charger! It offers the perfect place to store your headphones while they charge, and then you can enjoy listening to music wirelessly through the headphones while they are charging! This project couldn’t be easier and looks great in any room of your home! So check out these directions and find out how to create your own headphone stand with wireless charger! Then be sure to share it with all of your friends on Facebook!

If you’re tired of having to put your headphones on the floor next to your bed at night, then you’re going to love this cool new headphone stand with wireless charger

The idea

We all want the latest in tech, but don’t always want to carry around cables. This headphone stand combines the two and is perfect for your desk! The stand features a wireless charger at the top so you can charge your phone while listening to music. All you have to do is plug in the charging cord and it’ll charge your phone wirelessly! It also has space for you headphones, so when not in use, they’re out of sight. Plus, we all know how annoying it is when our phones run out of battery during the day. With this stand, you can set your phone down on the stand after using it for a few minutes and continue using it wirelessly without having to worry about running out of battery.

The materials

1x wooden board, cut to the desired length

2x bolts, nuts and washers

4x rubber feet (or other non-slip material) 1x wood glue

1x pack of screws

1x pack of drill bits

The process

To create a wireless charger, I used a cardboard-backed picture frame that was then cut and carved into shape. The charger plugs into an outlet, and the device is placed on top of the stand. If you don’t have an old picture frame lying around, you can use any other material such as wood.

One thing to keep in mind is that if your device has wireless charging capabilities, it will take longer for the battery life to charge. You may need to turn off wireless charging or unplug the charger at some point during the night. You also might want to look at getting a mat specifically for wireless chargers so that they don’t overheat while they are sitting on top of this DIY project. I would recommend using either wood or foamcore instead of cardboard because both materials will be better for long term usage than the disposable cardboard. It would also be good to place something soft under the charger like a t-shirt or something similar to prevent scratches from occurring on your device’s screen. For comfort, try using pieces of thick felt instead of anything too hard or rough.

If you are not sure about the process, the following video can help.

The final product

A headphone stand with wireless charger is one of the most versatile and useful items that you can own. It’s great for homes and offices alike, but it can also be used in airports, cafes, or anywhere else you might want to charge your devices. The best part about this product is that it’s multifunctional; not only will it hold your headphones when you’re not using them, but it’ll also charge your phone when needed!

Wrapping it up

After following the steps in this guide, you should be able to create your own headphone stand that doubles as a wireless charger. Not only is this project fun and easy to make, but it also has many benefits for anyone who uses headphones or needs their phone charged throughout the day. You can even customize the charger by choosing which type of wood and stains you want!

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