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November Picture of the Month - Equipment


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Here are the rules:

 • One photo entry per person
• Pic has to be taken by YOU
• Must be in by the posted deadline
• Must follow subject guidelines for the month
 
Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline.   
 
This months subject:

Some people are about the creatures, some people are about the equipment. Show me the dorkiest, sexiest, most funny picture possible of your equipment. Photoshop and in-picture additions are allowed.

Deadline:

December 1st 11:59 pm

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Cable management project. We modified a folding desk unit found on Amazon  to be able to hold and clean up our cables and and show off our Apex in a clean and simple way. The chords are behind the cabinet that swings open with a box we created.  

 

 

 

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Here is a link to the video I did that shows off the cabinet better. 

 

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On 11/19/2018 at 1:08 AM, theDSBlack said:

Cable management project. We modified a folding desk unit found on Amazon  to be able to hold and clean up our cables and and show off our Apex in a clean and simple way. The chords are behind the cabinet that swings open with a box we created.  

 

 

 

IMG_8265.JPG

 

Here is a link to the video I did that shows off the cabinet better. 

 

I love the triple pick in a pic?

I won't be allowing the video. I'm sorry. It's too cool.

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