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Over the summer I decided I needed a new desk. After looking online at many different desks costing hundreds dollars I figured I could make one for much ...
Materials -Two 2x4' MDF sheets ~$11(each) -Two 20 hole steel tie plates ~1(each) -One Quart of paint ~$8 -Six legs~$3.50(each) -Box of 3/4in Screws~$6 -Polyurethane(Optional, Helps protect against water) -Test ...
The design of the desk was made to fit into the corner of my office just right so anyone can edit the design to fit best into their ...
To cut out the rough shape I used a jig saw. I might help to use a circular saw to cut out the long straight sides or use a guide ...
Now for the most personalized part of the project PAINTING. For my desk I chose to paint it black because it matched my office. As far how to paint ...
This part while easy took the longest because of the drying times. The design works by first marking out equal distances from a set point on two sides ...
The last step before assembling the desk was to cover the whole thing in a protective polyurethane coat.(Note: I will take at least 2 coats). Of all the steps this ...
Almost done, now the last thing to do is pre-drill the holes for the legs and tie. Then screw all the pieces together.
Now that you have finished your desk you can use it as a computer desk or just put some fun junk on it like I do. In the ...
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