iCurve - Rubber Feet

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by jlin615, Dec 9, 2006.

  1. jlin615 macrumors regular

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    Do you guys use the rubber feet for your iCurve?
     
  2. pianoman macrumors 68000

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    i don't have an iCurve but i am planning to make my own out of wood in a few weeks when i have some free time. i'm not sure what your aim in asking is, but i was planning to put rubber feet on the bottom of my creation.
     
  3. Reflow macrumors 68000

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    Well the three iCurves that I have 2 of them have the rubber feet on them so it doesn't move around. The other one is on a rougher spot so they are not needed
     
  4. Sesshi macrumors G3

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    It was on a fairly smooth desk so I used the feet straight away. I can imagine some look-obsessed guy using it without though.
     
  5. jlin615 thread starter macrumors regular

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    My iCurve I bought recently didnt come with the rubber feet, so I was wondering how important is it. I'm placing it on a smooth wood surface, anyone know where I can get a hold of these rubber feet or like to sell me their spare?
     
  6. YS2003 macrumors 68020

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    I use the rubber feet for the set up which I don't move too much (like clamshell mode with external monitor). However, for the set up I would need to move it around the desk (using Mac with external keyboard/mouse), I don't use the rubber feet as it makes it difficult to move. Unless your desk is leaning or you are living in the earthquake prone areas (or your house is haunted), I don't think iCurve will move around.
     
  7. puckhead193 macrumors G3

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    i don't use the the rubber feet and i have a "wood" desk (its school furniture) It doesn't slide around unless i want it too...
    look in the set up thread for mine...
     
  8. jlin615 thread starter macrumors regular

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    YS2003, my desk surface is the same type you have your ACD's on and I see you have rubber feet on the iCurve for that desk. Your other desk you didn't have the rubber feet on the iCurve, are both desk the same type of surface?
     
  9. YS2003 macrumors 68020

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    The other desk without ACD is used for non graphic heavy jobs and various work projects. So, I re-arrange the set up on that desk quite often. So, I would like iCurve to slide on the surface easily as I would like to quickly make some room on desk to accommodate a small Wacom tablet, book, or folder. The desk surface is very similar. Both desks' surfaces are finished smoothly.
     

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