DIY Portable Foldable Desk From One Sheet of Plywood



Today on Modern Builds I’m releasing my contribution to the Modern Maker Podcast X Rockler “Single Sheet Plywood Challenge”. I made a mobile, desk-on-the-go using Chris Salamone’s X-carve from Inventables along some magnets and hardware to created a mobile desk/workstation that could easily be modified to create a tear down table as well. This is a PROTOTYPE and definitely wobbles. Due to the fact that theres only one stretcher, it moves from side to side. if you have a good suggestion on how to improve it, I’d love to hear it..l leave me a comment or shoot me a DM on instagram.

To find out more and to enter into the Rockler Single Sheet Plywood Challenge, go to:

Chris’s Video:
Ben’s Video:

Thing I used:
1 – 3/4″ sheet of pre-finished pine plywood
Marker I Used:
Robin’s Egg Paint:
White Paint:
Neodymium Magnets
X-Carve:

I’ll be releasing the sketchup video on my second channel in the next coupe days… thanks for being patient with me.

written article coming soon too.

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