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  1. Projects Laptop/Monitor Stand

    I had a request to make a simple stand for a laptop that is being used as a spare monitor. Though it was simple, it took several different operations making it an interesting project. This is what I came up with.
  2. Computer Monitor Shelf

    This was a fun little project I have been spending a lot more time than I used to at the desktop computer and I need to make some organisational change to the desk as I need more room and needed to raise the monitor up to a more reasonable height as I am 6'2 I went online for some inspiration...
  3. Drum monitor speaker from old Logitech speakers

    My son needed a speaker for his small electric drum kit and I didn't want to spend much money so I gave him a cheap set of Logitech computer speakers which worked fine, but there was a mess of wires and it didn't look very hard rock, so I took the electronics out, cut up an old Bon Jovi concert...
  4. Japanese Inspired Monitor Stand

    This is a monitor stand I made to hold two 21" monitors. The height of the monitors I use at work was too low and I needed something to raise them up a bit. There was a piece of rough sawn ash that had been sitting around my shop for awhile which I thought would work well for it. Both the top...
  5. Monitor stand

    My monitorstand is in use now. It allows me to put keyboard and trackball away, when I need some space for writing by hand. Now my wife wants to get one for her desk. At first, I planned to make the VESA-mount by myself. But then I sawt a simple one online, that was cheap and is really good.
  6. Dual Monitor Riser

    Made this from leftover plywood I had from another project. Kinda threw it together one evening while my wife was out. The drawers run on a wood track and have a little lip under them in the front so I didn't have to put on any handle to grab. I think I may add some simple wood handles just for...
  7. Riser Shelf

    Table space was getting a little "junky". Also my desktop serves as a media player, file server. So do not usually need the keyboard but like it attached. Did not want to go with the basic riser shelf. In one of the wood magazines I liked a kitchen shelf with the half-laps so based it on...
  8. Monitor riser block

    Very simple monitor riser block for my desk at the day job. Made out of a leftover section of Douglas fir 2×12 in an edge grain glue up style and finished with a little mineral oil. Not much, but certainly adds something nice to the bland office equipment.
  9. Desk Stand for Dual Monitors

    June, 2013-Problem: Computer monitors sitting too low on the desk, making it uncomfortable to see them. Solution: Build a stand to raise them up. Been wanting to get this done for months! Wood for this project is maple 3/4-inch furniture-grade plywood, edge-banded with the iron on birch...
  10. Monitor Stand

    Nomatter how much room you have on your desk, it never seem to be enough, right? The light in my G11 Keyboard is very dim, so I made a groove for some LED strips to help illuminate the keyboard. It´s also nice having to look straight at the monitor, instead of looking down. Wood: Oak tabletop...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I just called a local cabinet and countertop supplier in town. I asked what they did with the cutouts from sink installation. They toss them in the trash!. I am thinking of a top for a router table, drill press sanding setup as shown in projects today by Diggerjack. Work bench for my...
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  13. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    During this latest cold spell, I came home to a house that was just over 50 degrees. I had a clogged condenser pipe that triggered an automatic shutoff. I was able to take care of it myself and heard the general warnings about carbon monoxide and home repair on heating devices. I became very...
  14. Wood & Lumber
    Hey guys, I have been making cutting boards for the family for Christmas. Yesterday, I ran into an unpleasant surprise. I sanded three of my boards with 150 and brought them inside. I rinsed the sawdust off of them with water and dried them off with a towel. I left them to dry overnight and...
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