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Our workstation is CNC-cut from half-inch plywood. It is rock-solid sturdy, yet comes apart easily for transport or modifications. It features a main computer bay with an optional door, five spacious drawers that can’t fall out, enough room on top to comfortably fit a laptop (in addition to the main computer), stainless hardware, polyurethane casters, and a stiff vertical “neck” that supports a swing-arm VESA monitor mount for the main computer.

Lenore and Windell are sharing the design files and BOM with anyone interested in building their own. [photo: Windell H. Oskay,]

John Baichtal

John Baichtal

My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal

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  1. I love/hate how MAKE just assumes everyone has a CNC mill or Laser cutter/etcher handy. Those things are INCREDIBLY rare except in (apparently) California.

  2. Patrick Miao on said:

    I hope to finish my CNC machine by next year, building it from scratch.

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