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Published on August 1st, 2014 | by Brendon

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Giant Work Desk!





Materials: 18 – 20 LINNMON table tops, 18 ADILS table Legs, 2×4 studs + flat screw brackets + 1″ wood screws

We made this Giant Office Work Desk made from IKEA LINNMON table tops for our company, dijt.co (digit) in South Salt Lake.

Our team built this desk with a 2×4 stud frame and the stock ADILS legs.

It’s the best value for a work desk this size.  Please don’t mind the mess, we’re hard workers!

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Staggered Molger shelves
BEKVAM for toothbrushes

The Author

Brendon

Brendon is a life long hacker of many things. As a small child (maybe 5) he made a bicycle out of a pile of old parts. As He grew older he would take old speakers apart and see how they worked. Later he would design & build his own speaker boxes for friends and their cars. Now Brendon works on making cool prototypes and renderings for work. At home He's alway making things with an array of tools and a 3D printer.

4 Responses to Giant Work Desk!

  1. techjedi says:

    I like it a lot. The gaps looks like they are great for cable management. How much did you save?

  2. Brendon Brendon says:

    I’m sure we saved between $400 – $700. Maybe more. It’s really hard to find a table that big for less than a $1000. The gaps are perfect for cable management. We designed it with that in mind. :)

  3. mark says:

    Isn’t it wobbly? I’ve got wobbly problem with my desk on those legs. I used table top of my old desk but it doesn’t work.. I don’t know why it’s shaky and wobbly even with LCD and lot of stuff on the top…

    • Brendon Brendon says:

      It’s actually very sturdy. The part of the table that is next to the wall is almost immovable, only the every end of the table( close to the shot I took ) is there a little bit of wobble. We have quite a bit of weight on it, that helps, but I think mostly its the 2×4 studs that give it most of its sturdiness.

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