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Published on January 31st, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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When iMac goes to work





Materials: 1 LACK Wall shelf unit, 1 LACK Wall shelf, 2 CAPITA Bracket, 1 DALFRED Bar Stool

Description: First of all it’s necessary an iMac 27″!
If you are looking for a workstation comfortable and elegant, suitable for a small space, this is the solution for you.

You only need a Lack series, especially a wall shelf unit, a wall shelf and brackets.

I choose black version but there are many more..

I worked on the ground to assemble shelfs and brackets. Then I put in vertical and fix to the wall.

At last, I placed very carefully the iMac, mouse, keyboard, hd and I sat on the stool.

It’s done!

PS. Ikea garants 3kg for shelf, so I prefer to fix 2 staff under the iMac’s shelf.

~ Piritea, Italy

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9 Responses to When iMac goes to work

  1. cala says:

    I love the clean finish… the chrome pipe gives it a classy finish

  2. Bob Farrigan says:

    It looks great but I would worry about the ergonomics; working for any lengthy time on that setup would be painful for wrists and back.

  3. Aliza says:

    Very cool & smart!

  4. Anonymous says:

    That has carpal tunnel syndrome written all over it… Pretty cool-looking though!

  5. icerabbit says:

    It looks pretty neat and different. I could see it work as a standing workstation for brief use or a unit that is processing data all the time, that you don’t need on your desk … and motivates you to get up from time to time.

    For my personal workspace, it lacks the desk and doesn’t offer any storage.

  6. protaginets says:

    I built mine today, and I have to say I love it. I think that considering I spend very little time at my computer now that I have an iPad, it works very well for me. I just messed up because it calls for a Lack wall shelf, which was too thick. Now I’m considering what to do about the keyboard shelf, as it’s too thick to bolt down.

  7. Anonymous says:

    hi there! this is great!especially for my tiny apt.
    I am curious about 2 things
    What is the ikea style name/number of the shelf that the keyboard and mouse are on? I can’t seem to find it on the ikea site :)
    Did you mount this to the wall for added support / is the iMac to heavy that it will make the whole thing topple forward?
    Thanks

  8. thecodepixie says:

    I’m curious to find out how this has lasted since it so very much outweighs the shelf! I want to do this, but I am hesitant!

  9. Kark says:

    Having had a lack desk (which collapsed when my five yr old leaned on it with elbows) I’d be very reluctant to use any lack series for holding anything more than a 5-10kg and certainly no dynamic loads as regular work surfaces experience.

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