Headset repair

My headset broke, so I repaired it with the Glowforge.

:proofgrade: walnut ply on the outside and draftboard for the rest.

Now it works again.

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Great job

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Looks much nicer than the original too!

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Wow! I am very impressed!

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That’s thinking with your head!

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Dang!! Thats pretty flipping fantabulous!!

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Wow, such a nice build that I almost want to tear up a perfectly good set of headphones and see what I can do!

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Me too! Even though I’m fairly certain mine would just end up duct taped back together.

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Genius! Now I want one.

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Wow! Better not let friends see these … they will all want them!

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Very resourceful, sweet design too!

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Really nice. Awesome job.

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How heavy is it compared to the original?

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I don’t even know what to say. My mouth is agape. Seriously, this is next level stuff! Love how it turned out!

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It’s heavier now, but not too bad. Looking back, I could have made it a fair bit lighter with more hidden cutouts on the interior layers.

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That is a beautiful design–what an upgrade!

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Now I need headphones to break. :slight_smile: Fantastic job!

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Very clever!

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That’s just cool.

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