Standing Desk Build

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I designed and built this lovely standing desk a few months ago — these are the build photos.

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My materials of choice were galvanized pipe, SpeedRail and Kee Klamp connectors, four heavy-duty locking casters, and a maple butcher block top.

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I use it for my computer workstation in my workshop — it’s nice to be able to roll it around when needed. It would also make for a very nice workbench or kitchen prep table.

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The top is 48″ x 30″ x 1-3/4″ thick. The legs are 34-1/2″ tall, so including casters and butcher block top, it stands at 38″ high.

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