LOCI is the world's first extendable interlocking wooden desktop stand
Why? We got fed up of struggling with studio reshuffles, squeezing loads of equipment into our small studio setups so we came up with this versatile click and lock solution.
All our stands are inter-connectable which means they can easily expand as your studio does. Primarily developed for the synth and modular market LOCI is however perfect for any electronic gear such as laptops, tablets, controllers, amp, speakers plus DJ and music production equipment.
laser cut from durable veneer wood, a single LOCI C stand can easily take the weight of a 6U Eurorack with hardwood case.
It’s easy to assemble in seconds with no screws or bolts and it packs away flatly making it ideal for mobile use.
Want to see what a LOCI system can do for you? Check out our promo video below.
If something is not easily accessible, it often doesn’t get used. LOCI offers a wonderful solution to this problem – while allowing us to stack gear on top of gear. And best of all, LOCI is not device-specific. So the stand you buy today will be just as useful ten years from now.
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LOCI recognise that although wood and wood-related products are comprised of a naturally renewable material, unsustainable and irresponsible harvesting of forests can have severe adverse effects on the environment, local communities, indigenous people of the forest as well as the global economy.
We are passionate about the ethical sourcing of our materials. Using legal, sustainable and responsibly harvested timber over other materials reduces our dependence on fossil fuels and their consequent carbon emissions.
Timber is a natural carbon storing material. It can be used to increase a products ‘life cycle assessment’, has minimal embodied energy (the finished product actually stores carbon) and the ability to change.
Timber is recyclable, biodegradable, insulating and hypoallergenic.
It is the only truly sustainable building material we have.