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When looking for a computer desk for my home office, I couldn't find anything that was reasonably priced and met my needs. All of the nicer desks I wa...
I wanted to post this instructable using common tools. These tools are very common and for the most part inexpensive. Chances are if you don't have ...
Using a table saw, cut all of the pieces to size.Laying out your cuts effectively will save you a huge amount of time in the end. I would recommend t...
Here is an exploded view of how the pieces go together.The pdf also has dimensions.
With glue and a brad nailer assemble the cabinet.Build the box first, then attach the middle braces, and the top and bottom trim.The two drawer, and t...
The printer cabinet is almost the same as the two and three drawer cabinets, with some minor differences. - there is no bracing for drawers, - there...
The table top I built is 8' x 2' which fits my office nicely. 2' is plenty room for a keyboard and flat screen monitor to fit.Use the table saw to cu...
Here is an exploded view of the drawer, along with the dimensioned drawing.
The drawer construction is fairly simple.Assemble the four walls of the drawer by gluing and brad nailing a simple butt joint.Mark the overhang of the...
I built the printer door to look like two regular file drawers.Cut two drawer fronts as well as a strip for the middle, and attach them to make it loo...
Fill the nail holes with wood filler, and sand off the excess once dry.It is also a good idea to take a sander to the hard edges to round them just a ...
The mdf is pretty porous so it will take a few coats to completely cover. I would recommend at least two coats of latex primer before two final coats...
Take some time to choose the right hardware. The handles you choose will really set the look of the whole desk.The handles I chose were the most expe...
Screw the rollers onto the drawer bottoms.Then screw the matching pieces to the inside of the cabinet.
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