How to Make a Wireless Charging Nightstand // Woodworking // Faux Metal Base
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How to Make a Wireless Charging Nightstand // Woodworking // Faux Metal Base

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This is my take on Wood Magazine’s plans for this seasons Builder’s Challenge. A modern Nightstand with built in wireless charging!

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For more details on this build, check out my website – https://www.3x3custom.com/tutorials/wireless-charging-night-stand

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TOOLS FROM MLCS WOODWORKING

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TOOLS PROVIDED BY THE HOME DEPOT

Milwaukee Cut off Tool – https://homedepot.sjv.io/WPnYe
Milwaukee Socket Wrench Set – https://homedepot.sjv.io/6ROGm
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4 thoughts on “How to Make a Wireless Charging Nightstand // Woodworking // Faux Metal Base”

  1. wireless chargers use induction to power the circuit inside the phone, so depending on the distance from the magnetic field the resulting power output of them may drastically change. Even in the best-case scenario, they are not going to be as fast or efficient as the regular plugin ones, and you just putt wood as an extra hampering layer on top…

    Looks cool, though. Not gonna argue that.

  2. B-E-A-utiful! I love how you take care of all the details, like rounding the groove to avoid cutting the cable, etc. Kudos! (being a designer of electronic products for about as long as you lived)

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