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    hi for my laboratory, I had thought of building a multifunctional and versatile desk table, sturdy easy to build and light to move, mind you, the bench with the vice and the workstation is in its place, since I have a small space I would like to create a design and relaxation corner therefore I would need a support table to draw and write, read the newspaper and consult manuals and books, a support for the computer, a work desk for small repairs. I would like to make the structure in metal the top in wood, as measures I would have: space length 130 cm, depth 80 cm. I thought of a table 70 cm wide, 100 maximum 120 cm long 80 cm high any suggestions thank you let me know.

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    Made a few of those. I used 1 1/2” square aluminum
    Bob Wright

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    • #3
      I would like to make square or rectangular boxed iron, I think 90 degree cuts of right angles would suit me to cut them straight and approach and weld at 45 ° degrees. I should create a corner office study where to place the phone, the computer, the printer and be able to write, read, draw, make a sketch, but also be able to move it, I have space problems thanks. what frame conformation would you suggest, what section profile neither too light and weak nor too heavy thanks.


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      https://www.instructables.com/DIY-Steel-Wood-Bench/



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      • #4
        I like picture number 2 and 4 in your first post. You can lay boards as needed on the lower supports to use as a shelf. Since it will be light duty you can use tubing, pipe or angle.
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