New Arrival China Desk Converters A for New Zealand Manufacturers
Height adjusts from 7 to 16 inches, and is 2.5 inches high in the “sitting” position Desktop surface is 28 inches x 20 inches Designed to fit most desks and cubicles; footprint is 24.5 inches x 16.8 inches Desktop is made of laminated particleboard; legs and base are steel Item Weight 27 pounds Product Dimensions 28 x 20 x 16 inches
New Arrival China Desk Converters A for New Zealand Manufacturers Detail:
Height adjusts from 7 to 16 inches, and is 2.5 inches high in the “sitting” position
Desktop surface is 28 inches x 20 inches
Designed to fit most desks and cubicles; footprint is 24.5 inches x 16.8 inches
Desktop is made of laminated particleboard; legs and base are steel
28 x 20 x 16 inches
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Finally finished! The instructions used were those of HiddenBed USA’s Majestic Queen (hiddenbedusa.com). Will upload new video once I have automated it. Please leave any comments or feedback! Enjoy!
Commenters have asked for the following:
Approx cost: TOTAL = ~$879
Mechanism Kit – $389
High Quality Plywood (4 sheets) – ~$300
Low Quality Plywood (1 sheet) – ~$40
Extra wood not called for in plans to stabilize bed – ~$50
Glue, stain, screws, etc. = $100
Comfort – for the most part extremely comfortable, but the bed is a little high off the ground for my tastes. May modify this in the future/in a second build. Desk is a little high too, but I like that.
Ease of assembly – NOT easy. Can be done MAYBE in 3 weeks with a workshop if you are working on it all weekends and after work every day. As for me, because I don’t have a workshop and had to haul everything from my living room to my backyard and back every time i worked on it, as well as not being able to work on it most weekends, took me about 2 months. But rewarding. Beats the hell out of paying $3500 for a Murphy Bed elsewhere (and most don’t have the desk that stays level)
Key pieces of advice that can save you months (yes, you read that correctly, i did this from october to january, and then an additional 4 weeks in the summer to make it look pretty, as you can see in the new link that is not yet up):
1) Get you lumber yard or hardware store to the big cuts for you. They’re are always better equipped to handle this sort of thing, and lugging around 8′x4′ sheets isn’t fun for anyone
2) Finish your boards before you assemble them. This is an exercise in self discipline that i failed at miserably. Painting is hard, staining and varnishing is harder, and when the boards look nice, all you wanna do is throw them together. resist the temptation. you will thank me later.
3) clear your weekends. I was in a long distance relationship at the time, and that maybe set me back all in all about 1.5 of those 3 months. We are far less productive after work as we think we can be.
4) If you can help it, do not use veneered MDF. it is heavy, flexible, and not as strong. go with regular ply. for a nice exterior (B1 lumber or better) it will cost you, but having this bed fall apart twice as i built it sucked. see engineering issues with kit referenced above.
5) Have a work space. I built this in the back yard of my apartment building, but i kept the wood to avoid issues with weather and thieves, and i think i wasted about 1/5-1/4 of all build time lugging that crap outside, then back in again.
6) Enlist help wherever you can. It may feel like you lose credit for doing this if you do it with someone else, or that it might not be as fun, but even if someone had come over every time i worked on it, it still would have been my bed in the end and it still would have been a fun thing to do.
By Teresa 2016-9-14 17:17
Production management mechanism is completed, quality is guaranteed, high credibility and service let the cooperation is easy, perfect!
By Raymond 2015-10-12 13:45