Home made table in MDF. 8x2.5 feets.
100% home custom made. AutoCAD design, Plywood, MDF, paint, stain, lacquer, tools, lots of hours of hard working, lots of changes to the original project, lots of improvements.
Monitor "dock" width: 60 inches - so it can fit a nice future 24" besides the two 19"...
Monitor stand bases are 6 inch lower than the desk top, so the top of the monitors is at eye level. Perfect for no eye strain, no neck strain. Monitors inclined to 5-10 degrees, somehow like a drafting station.
Cables hidden underneath in a wire channel.
Custom painted case and speakers.
5 feet tall custom rear speakers stands.
Total damage (materials) - around $250-$300.
A Chimpspanner poster???!! Respect +10000. Paul Ortiz is the man!
I like how your speakers dwarf your monitor, what are those puppies?
Any advice on making these? Ive been toying with what to do with mine to get them off my desk and spaced out more. Love the look.
I think if anything - this was the one most understated parts of your list that is the most impressive and drool worthy
Yeah, StatutoryApe -- any chance you can talk more about your experience with the Cintiq? More pics too.
Here is my setup!
Does anyone know how he is supporting that top as its really hard to see. With that wide of a desk, I would like to know how he is preventing it from sagging when you lean on it. Is that two MDF boards stacked on the top?
Sorry, he hasn't replied to his PM so I thought I would ask to see if others have any suggestions.
finaly finished my workstation setup, with the final addition of the amazing Energy RC-10 Bookshelfs, its amazing the sound that comes out of these for such a good price..