I used Sketchup to model the whole thing first, to know how much materials to buy and to see if this desk would fit into the room. This is awesome.
Currently looking for a desk. “I also added some screws along the way”. Thank you. Then after that you use metal braces to secure each join.
Love this design. I'm converting my bedroom into an office/gaming room. Do make sure the screws are not too long, so they won’t poke through to the table top.
I use a Bekant conference table at home. After some research on joints I figured that dowel reinforced butt joints would be the easiest thing to use.
Linnmon is very affordable but it's considered a table. A destructive and battle-hungry demon, he lays waste to Camelot with ease as the first of the Commandments to battle the Seven Deadly Sins, but he later loses to Escanor, becoming petrified by … The Linnmon/Adils set aren't super stable, but adding in an Alex drawer unit or two of them can really help. It's not as good as the Galant, but it gets the job done and does it rather well.
I love the concept and want to put my computer monitor in the middle. This looks pretty nice.
I have one of these and they're basically corrugated cardboard on the inside, very cheaply made.
Much appreciated! I'll be putting 4 monitors (1 ultrawide, 1 23", 1 24" and 1 iMac 21.5") and my tower.
Did the dowels go into the corner of the Linnmon top or into the wood support you added? Best way to do is: cut both these table (at which end you want to put together) by 45 degree angle ( make sure those cut have to be opposite) Just wanted to comment that I build this, slightly modified (used 4×4 lumber legs instead) and it has held up great. just wanted make sure I do the same. – If I wanted it more solid (now it doesnt move actually) you could make your own legs from 4×4 .
any bending over time? also, how in the heck does the middle not bow, bend, or droop?
– Also if you look carefully at the plan the areas where the linnmon tables connect are actually supported buy the wooden board and legs on each side. Love the Gerton/Sjunne combo but still lacks a bit in terms of length though, if only there's an extension option to it.
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Originally I wanted to build the whole desk frame from 2x4s but after browsing IKEA as-is I found 7x ADILS legs for $1 each so that made the decision for me.
– I also added some screws along the way End of 2019 and still a reference post.
#3 LINNMON desk hack. Seeking reviews and advice! Or did you use something else in between? I wanted to have a nice large corner desk, but unfortunately IKEA GALANT have been discontinued. I'm wondering how the Linnmon is when it comes to stability. Do you have any details or insight on the cable raceway you used? Sadly the galant is phasing out so quickly finding an extension piece is virtually impossible in my country, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the AskBattlestations community. What could go wrong? The Bekant is pricier.
* Set of screw drivers Then, screw the frame onto the underside of the LINNMON table tops.
If its corner, you can mount arms for corner computer, i will be posting my setup soon once i get a few parts in the mail to finish mounting my 2nd. Currently looking for a desk. I’m afraid that it may be difficult to change the wiring if all the cables will fall out when I take the cover off. How do you like it now? I have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to tools. Planning on replacing it with a solid wood gladiator workbench.
https://imgur.com/a/TmcQm, – Yes pretty sturdy, and HEAVY I have this set up. I looked and looked on Craigslist and after a while gave up.
See my previous comment on the Linnmon desk.
I know the Galant is a popular choice around here but I'm looking for something longer at about 200cm which is the length of the LINNMON but it looks really weak and would bend in the middle after a short while. That’s like trusting the plastic lawn chair to support your 300lb cousin Eddie after his 4 hour all-you-can-eat buffet binge. Slide in a chair and you’re good to go. The room is 10’x9’7″ any help would be great I’ve never really built anything before but this is the solution i need and cant find it anywhere. Join as many table tops together to get the formation you need. Why didn’t you use the Linnmon corner to have a nice smooth corner you could work in?
So decided to build myself a super large corner desk. I am planning to build this desk to fit my area. Um there is nothing really special about tools I used: – Wooden dowels (at the connection points where the pencil arrows are in the photos i just added) and metal corners really help reinforce the table. Would do this if I have my own home. if you look carefully you will notice that there are 3 tabletops pay attention to the “blue” masking tape that’s where table tops connect. My initial idea was to use the linnmon corner too, but the issue is that linnmon corner is not as deep and you wouldn’t be able to add side linnmon tables that I am using. IKEA hackers is all about modding, repurposing and customizing IKEA products.
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