Sauder corner desk – Making a home-made desk table should be a bit more special. Use a nice wood to enhance its elegance and simplicity. You do not need to be an expert to do this desk, and you will save money by doing it yourself, rather than buying a ready. Ginger-like ends of 40-of-3 and 20-of-3-inch wood pieces to a 45 degree angle. Glue oblique ends, squeeze and allow drying. Center the frame on top of the wrong side of wood steels, and trace around the frame.
Drilling a hole at each point is highlighted, making it u00BC inch wide and u00BD; inch deep, on both frame and flat. Nib the plug pieces into glue, then insert them into the holes in the plate. Mount the frame Sauder corner desk on the protruding part of the plug. Squeeze the frame down the plate, which will be the desktop. Let dry. Drill a 1.5-inch hole in between every second dimpling point, through the frame and into the desktop-it should only go u00BD-inch into the desktop. Screw the frame down, to secure the frame to the desktop. Remove the clips.
Cut a 3-of -1-inch housing on two sides at the end of each wooden plank that is on the legs. Use the saw to make 1-inch deep cut, three inches from one end of planks, on two sides. Make vertical cut along the plank purpose, 1-inch deep and three inches long, cut the scrap wood. Fit the cover to the end of the legs at the corners of the image, which is still upside down. Glue the house on the frame, make sure the legs are at right angles, squeeze and allow drying. Drill a 1.5 inch hole in the frame from each side of the leg protruding and then screw the legs on the frame. Turn the desk so it is now on the legs. Sand the entire Sauder corner desk and then apply three layers of paint, according to the recommended drying times.