Antique computer desk – When you need a computer desk, but the budget does not allow it comprehensive and cheaper does not fit the need, build your own out of plywood. This project is nothing more than building a rectangle with one back in it and adding a keyboard tray and some wheels. Some woodworking experience helps, but do not let it deprive you of the experience and satisfaction of building your own computer desk out of the plywood.
Antique computer desk out of plywood, gently paste the 22-inch edges of 34 1/2 inch pieces of plywood and secure them between the two 28-inch pieces of plywood on top and bottom with drywall screws. Apply adhesive to three edges of remaining 34 1/2 inch plywood. Place them between the sides, along one edge and against the shelves. Secure them with drywall screws through the shelves and sides. Clean the glue as before. Place the box on the side with the back seals away from you. Install the cabinet member of the drawer slides in line according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Slide the remaining members of the tray to the 14-inch side of 14-by-34 1/2-inch plywood (keyboard tray) with the supplied screws. Spreads some wood on the desk keep it at least 1 inch away from the edges. Center the box on the desktop and customize the back of the box with an edge of the desktop. Attach the box to the desktop with drywall screws. Clear the glue. The collection is now a computer desk. Attach 4-by-4-inch pieces of plywood to the corners of the bottom of the desk with drywall screws. Travel antique computer desk upright. Drill a 1 1/2 inch gap through the desk in one corner.