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  1. Hi, Can anybody offer me a suggestion on how to get a display stand built for my Woolly Mammoth Tusk? I used to live in Alaska. Before I left, I purchased a Tusk as a memento. Dimensions are roughly 38.5 lbs and 7.5' - 8'. It's pretty solid/stable, not polished, and I believe coated in Elmers Glue. I'm looking to get a stand made to display it. Specifically, one that supports it and doesn't apply a stress that could damage the Tusk over time. Does anybody have a recommendation on who I can contact to get a stand?
  2. Hey! I was wondering if anyone knew any good places to buy custom stands/displays for bones or how to make them. Thanks! (sorry didn't realize this was fossil id and I don't know how to delete it)
  3. carch_23

    T arm display stands

    Hi guys, Would like to ask where I may be able to find these types of stands? I believe theyre called T arm display stands or something along the lines of that. I saw it on a forum member a few years back but not sure if theyre still active so was wondering maybe some of you know where to get it. Btw, im in Australia so prefer to get here due to shipping costs though not ruling out international sellers either. Thanks!
  4. MrBones

    Vinctifer Comptoni

    I am very proud of this large Vinctifer Comptoni fossil from the Cretaceous of Brazil. I made a custom stand for it so that it will always stand tall.
  5. BellamyBlake

    Interesting display idea?

    I'm getting some larger Moroccan fossils, for instance a 4" Spinosaur and 3" Carcharodontosaurus. I thought it would be nice to construct special plinths for them to resemble the Moroccan desert wherein they were found; a photograph of one such plinth is attached, and each of those teeth will have their own. I'm less sure, however, how I would mount them. I could simply lay them down on the plinths, but I'd like to do something more interesting. Certainly I would appreciate any ideas on how I could mount those teeth in relatively low profile ways, though means that nevertheless kee
  6. snolly50

    MAKE A STAND!

    This post attempts to document the effort to construct a display stand suitable for a large Mosasaur jaw section. It reveals the collaborative effort of snolly and @Ptychodus04, Kris. This project was carried out in "snolly time." That is, it was half done and put aside as snolly's wandering mind flitted about, alighting on various other inchoate projects. Now, finally it is (mostly) done and here are the results. snolly pondered and roughed out what might be a simple, utile design. A sturdy, heavy wooden base was desired. To this end, blanks were obtained from an exot
  7. Ok everybody. I know there are some very smart and clever guys here on the Forum. Heres what Ive got: Last year I got me a super duper, most wonderful, most awesome, most spectacular, and hopefully most bestest crab concretion ive had in a very long time!!! Even though I paid moneys for this concretion, I know EXACTLY where it came from, (locality wise), and its the easily the largest concretion Ive seen from that location, and also, and very sadly, that locality is now gated and posted and closed off to any and all collecting, which is why I paid so much for it. Actually I got it for a
  8. AlaskaNick

    Fossil Stands

    I wasn't sure where to post this thread, but I have a few fossils that I'd like to either buy or build stands for. I have seen lots of display stands (looks like a wire frame and a metal base) for carch teeth, and mosasaur teeth- that's what I'm looking for but I cant seem to find any for sale on the internet! Not interested in the little plastic megalodon stands, I'm looking specifically for a small wire frame stand where the tooth is held in place by its natural taper. Looking specifically for spinosaurus, carch, and mosasaur tooth stands. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
  9. Fossil Claw

    Stands for fossils

    I just send it to start making some stands for my fossils. This is my first one. It's a very simple one. I bought some brass rod at the craft store and decide it it was way too flimsy and not up to the task. so I went into the closet and pulled out a coat hanger that had plenty of patina on it. None of their decided coat hangers to the right materials I did a post on Facebook asking for people's old hangers. I'm going to cut all the straight portions of the hangers and keep them and toss out the rest. Soon I will be swimming in free wire to mak
  10. kirkjeremiah23

    Hyracodon Skull

    Finally got around to prepping out and making a stand for the Hyracodon skull. It was in pretty rough shape and not complete, but I think it displays well. What are your guys thoughts?
  11. Captcrunch227

    New display

    This may already be really well known and maybe not even the right forum, but I found a really really neat stand to display my teeth and claw. I'm pretty darn new to this fossil stuff so forgive me if I'm dropping old knowledge
  12. Bobby Rico

    Display stand

    Hi all I just made a small display stand for my woolly rhino tooth. It made from wire and an old weighing scales weight. Turned out nice I think. Thank for looking. glued Painted Better pictures tomorrow.
  13. Ptychodus04

    Mammoth Stand

    Sometime last year, I stabilized and repaired this mammoth tusk for @StevenJD. At the time, we didn’t land on a way to display the gnarly beast. Believe me, this is in great shape for a central Texas mammoth tusk. Steven asked me to sell this piece on his behalf so I made a stand to hold the three big pieces in a roughly life like position.
  14. Sagebrush Steve

    Oreodont Stand

    I've been working on a stand for the Oreodont skull I picked up at the Tucson Fossil Show. This one is an "antique" fossil that was dug back in the 1920s. I wanted a simple stand with a wooden base and a way to raise the skull up off the stand. I also wanted the mount to be as unobtrusive as possible so I didn't have wires sticking out all over the place. And I didn't want to damage the skull in any way. After trying several approaches I settled on this one using some red oak I had left over after building my fossil storage cabinet and some brass wire and bar I picked up at the local OSH
  15. Macrophyseter

    3D printed display stand

    Constantly forgetting to order display tools to securely display my fossils which are right now at risk of being damaged from grinding the glass shelves in my display, I decided to print a stand for my last model before I took my 3D printer home (and not use it until I get a microSD reader so I could transfer files to the printer). I didn't really pay too much attention to exact dimensions, but it actually printed quite fine and did fit one of my boxed fossils I wanted to display but couldn't before. The stand is blue because that's the only color of filament I own
  16. Hi Everyone, I'm in search of fossil display stands similar to the one shown below. These stands will be used to display a couple of my larger teeth (One of them being a large Spino tooth similar to the one below). Currently I keep my smaller teeth in Riker mounts, but I want to do something a little different for the larger ones. Does anyone know where I can find similar stands? If these stands are only custom made does anyone have any other suggestions for ways to display large theropod teeth? Thanks as always!
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