Best modern desks – It is easy to cut a simple desk and build it in one afternoon using just one piece of plywood and a few pieces of hardwood lumber. This desktop utilizes hardwood plywood to give the beauty and a working surface that is smooth and flat. By using jambs cut from the same piece of plywood as the top, the matching surfaces and strength to hold up anything you want to stack it like computers, copiers or printers.
Best modern desks, set a table saw at 24 inches and rip plywood lengthwise. Reset table saw at 22 inches and rip a piece of plywood. Reset table saw and crosscut 24-inch piece of 48 inches to the top of the desktop. Set the miter gauge at 45 degrees and miter all ends of the 49 and 25 inch fascia, taking care not to lose any length. Glue and nail them flush with the edge of the top using diver, let mitered ends meet and 3/4-inch lip downwards. When the glue is dry, sandy hand top with a sand block, using 100 grit sandpaper.
Best modern desks, glue and nail a 29/14 inch fascia on both sides of the leg jambs leave 3/4-inch lip overhang on the inside of the leg. Stand leg jambs up 36 inches apart, bracing them with chairs. Lim and placing a stretcher between jambs just behind the 3/4-inch lip and flush with the top. The seam with a finishing seam. Do this on both sides at all four corners.