Anatomy of a desk:

 

 

 

 

        Find the slabs

Plane them down, 

design the desk, begin the frame.

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Anatomy of a desk, Part 2:  Measure, Measure again, cut, sand, fit together.  So far, this desk has 30 individual pieces of wood.  Stay tuned for more...

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Anatomy of a desk, Part 3:  The frames are now complete. Next up are the drawers, then finishing of the live edge slab tops. Stay tuned...

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Anatomy of a desk, Part 4:  52 pieces come together to make one piece.  32 mortise and tenon joints.  8 half lap joints.  14 dovetail joints.  Stay tuned for the finish...

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Anatomy of a desk, Finale:  2 complete desks.  If you have to work from home, you should be working on desks like these! 

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