no, it’s not a typo… see the Z?

My zTanding Desk design project is almost done, I found a clever way to add plenty of structural strength to the middle section (where both the table and body blocks connect), and those inner supports work awesome. The desk is almost 1200 mm wide that should work just fine for any modern laptop or workstation.

Here’s how the 3 optional heights look in 3D, they are 800 mm (for a normal sitting position), 1000 and 1200 mm for standing positions.

Like it? think it’s sucks? got any ideas? feel free to whatever… below.


UPDATE: Project finished! plans here: zTanding Desk CNC Plans.

4 Comments

  1. Sahith on 2020-07-01 at 4:47 PM

    Usually when I think of a buying a standing desk, it would be because of the convenience to increase/decreae the height whenever I want to. But in the above design it seems like I’ll have to remove the tabletop and fit it into another slit, which seems inconvenient. Is that how it works, or have I got it wrong?

    • Javier on 2020-07-01 at 5:11 PM

      Yes, that’s exactly how this one works. Unfortunately I haven’t found an easier way to adjust the height while limited to 1 type of material, only 3-Axis CNC milling and no screws or hardware so this product will probably be better for people that generally leave it at their preferred height and changes it exceptionally.

  2. Larry Torbett on 2020-07-29 at 2:37 AM

    If I send you a picture of a desk that I want can you design it for me or build it for me? It is similar to what you’re showing that your built.

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