Right away the next day I made stands for my two non-standing desks, so that I could use them as treadmill-desks if needed.
2 x 4 (8 feet or so)
2 x 1/2" (8 feet)
saw (I like the japanese pulling saws)
screwdriver (or screwdriver drill)
drill and small bit (for pre-drilling screws)
Step 1: Measure your desk legs and find desired height
- width (how far between legs)
- depth (front to back distance between legs)
- height (amount you plan to lift your desk)
Height might depend on whether you are going to use a treadmill, bike trainer, etc. Take all of this into consideration. Calculate the amount you need to raise the desk to reach the desired height.