Upgrade your gaming setup with Angled game room decor. Find the best headphone stands, video game art, and novelty items in our store to show your personality while leveling up in your favorite game. These items are great, unique gifts for anyone who spends their time on their computer all day long. Today we are breaking down our top picks that we personally have in our game room to liven things up.
Here at Angled we are masters at 3D printing. We know everything from working with different types of filament to how to fix your machine if something goes wrong with your print. We have built 500+ of our own machines and we are continuing to expand everyday. Since we know everything there is know about 3D printing, we thought it was only right to share our knowledge with the community. Hence the Angled YouTube Channel.
Makers Making Change is an initiative of the Neil Squire Society, a Canadian non-profit that helps people with disabilities. Using our Slant 3D printing farm, Makers Making Change is able to make affordable and accessible products while assisting people with everyday tasks.
The best part is that Angled is just like The Neil Squire Society. Anyone can upload their gadget to our website and provide more tools for the disabled. Simply submit your design to our product submission page to start selling on Angled. If you aren't a designer and would like to submit an idea for someone at Angled to make head on over to our contact page where you can submit a product request.
At Angled, headphone stands are our specialty. We have a wide range of characters, celebrities, and statues. However, we have been lacking in the music department. Last week Angled released two new headphone stands Elton John and Stevie Wonder, both rocking their iconic glasses. Now Angled has around five musical icons in our Hall of Fame and we are adding new people every week.
These celebrity headphone stands are only some of our favorites! To see the full collection of headphone stands check out the headphone stand page to see all of our music icons as well as our other people and characters. If you don't see your favorite artist let us know! Submit a product request on our contact page and maybe you will see your request come to life in the next month or so.
At Angled, all of our products can be painted with a good paint made for plastic. However, some of our models we specifically make white or gray so that they are a blank canvas for all of our customers that love to get created. Over the past couple of months we have been getting more and more submissions of painted Angled products. Whether they are headphone stands, figurines, or miniature models, we love seeing your designs.
Our creative customers recommend using a paint made for plastic. Some of their favorites are Krylon Fusion for Plastic or ARTarlei Permanent Paint Markers. When painting your paintable model, be sure to give it a light sanding. Fine sand paper should do the trick. This way the material absorbs the paint. Finish your creation with a gloss or a matte clear paint and you are finished!
If you would like to paint your headphone stand or character bust we would love to see it! Simply submit your artwork to us on Instagram or Facebook at @angledproducts to be featured on our website and our social media channels!
Are you wondering what are top sellers are at Angled? Well we are here to break down our customers favorite additions to their gaming setups making them our most loved products at Angled.
Since our Spider-Man Venom Headphone Stand is a newer product, we are still waiting to see customer artwork! If you painted your headphone holder or displayed it in your game room we want to see it! Send it to us on Instagram or Facebook at @angledproducts. We love to see what you do with your character busts.
Many designers have done their own takes on the classic hero Spider-Man as a headphone stand, and some have even designed a Venom headphone stands as well. However, Nikko Industries has gone a step further and has designed a headphone stand that features Spider-Man and Venom together as one entity. This Spider-Man Venom Headphone stand is truly one of a kind.
Spider-Man became Venom’s first host in the 1984 comic, Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8 when Spider-Man mistook his enclosure for a nearby clothing-fabricator. Venom, disguised as an amazing new Spidey suit, then went on to help him fight crime and to even fight crime on his own. Although the two were shortly thereafter separated, Spider-man and Venom have always had a special relationship, from the comic books to movies.
Nikko Industries has managed to capture the two inseparable characters in one Spider-Man Venom headphone stand. You can see venom with his gruesome mouth opened wide to reveal Spiderman’s heroic face. This complicated, detailed design is perfectly sized to hold your headphones.
With the rise in popularity in Dungeons and Dragons comes players new to the game who may not understand standard practices that seasoned players have taken for granted. One of the most common questions for new Table Top Role Playing Game players is, “Why do I need a Dice Tower?”
There are multiple reasons why a dice tower can be useful, and even necessary, in TTRPG games like Dungeons and Dragons. There are of course the obvious benefits of a tower, such as ease of use for disabled people or those who have trouble rolling lots of dice at once. However, dice towers were originally made in order to prevent cheating when rolling. It’s nearly impossible to cheat when rolling a perfectly balanced die through a dice tower, as it does the rolling for you. While most DM’s aren’t usually too concerned with cheating at their table, dice towers are especially useful for game-critical rolls (such as saving throws and final blows) so that players and DM’s alike can be sure the roll is truly random.
Dice towers have many additional uses beyond their reason for invention. The second most common reason that people need dice towers is due to the lack of space on the table. A dice tower can solve many spacial issues such as dice knocking over models, dice rolling off the table, or the table being too crowded and stopping the dice mid-roll. Dice towers with trays, such as the Tree Trunk Dice Tower, prevent all of these problems. Towers like these are especially good for online play when players like to be shown dice rolls while still using physical dice. It’s much easier to point a camera at the same place for every roll rather than at wherever the dice lands on the table.
Lastly, dice towers add another level of aesthetics to the game. Many players enjoy the sound of dice rumbling through a tower, and DM’s find that rolling large sums of dice through a tower raises the anticipation level of the players. They also function as added landscape to the table, making the world feel more developed and the players more immersed in the game. Some beautiful, intricate towers, such as the Treehouse Dice Tower can even double as in-game terrain if desired. Multipurpose dice towers like this one, designed by Crosslances, are just the latest innovation on dice towers that will only get better as more and more people start playing tabletop games
We love adding color lights to our game rooms and man caves to really make the Star Wars characters pop. Obviously red and blue is our go to color combination. To see the full collection of Star Wars merchandise on our website to upgrade your gaming set up head to the Star Wars page in our shop.
If you would like to submit a Star Wars character bust to be made into a headphone stand contact us on our contact page. Angled is always taking product request and we love to hear what characters are your favorite. If a Star Wars character gets enough requests, it will automatically go to the top of our list. Also if you have a design that you would like to submit for a headphone stand. Submit it using the Angled submission page to open your storefront on Angled.