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June 28, 2011
News - April Caption Contest |
Rubber Duckie, you’re the one, You make bathtime lots of fun
Product DD-12012 |
about 2 months ago
News - Enginursday: Adventures i… |
about 2 months ago
I did not use any diagonals, just doubled up on the 2x4s for the legs. I also added a bottom shelf about half the width of the bench to add more storage room for…well anything. I currently store larger misc. parts (power supplies, things I want to take apart) in quart plastic totes and have a couple of desktop towers sitting on that bottom shelf.
I also went through this same exact thing. I had a desk for computer work, but needed more of an engineering desk on a budget. I kept my cost under $200 and repurposed an old flat and heavy “corporate” wood door as the bench top. I am new to DIY wood desks, but felt I would get a more stable bench with 4x4 by doubling up my 2x4s for the legs. No wobble going on here and have slightly uneven floors.
I am impressed with how you thought of using bolts to take apart the bench to move later. I didn’t think of that and instead built the bench to fit through a doorway and around stair corners in two pieces, shelf top and bench. Awsome job!
News - Your SparkFun January Cap… |
about 3 months ago
Sparkfun rendition of “Starry Night”
News - December Caption Contest |
about 4 months ago
“To build or Not to build, that is the real question.”
Y M C A
News - September Caption Contest |
about 7 months ago
As her new owner and a Sparkfun employee, Jake felt he could stand in for Hedwig’s monthly Who’s Who meeting.
about 8 months ago
A program not having a condition statement out of a while loop is like a ferris wheel not stopping to let people out. You always need to program (build) a way out of the while loop (a way off of the ferris wheel).
No public wish lists :(