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Overall, working well. Fits nicely into a tight space. Having this as a second desk enables us to share within the house. Adding good wrist pads for the keyboard and mouse helped. Also helpful is adding a height to bring the laptop screen up in line with the external monitor. Keeping both monitors up improves posture while walking, reducing some back strain from unconsciously stooping over to see the lower monitor.
Wow. Love the design. The use of the PVC and wood shim is wild. I notice the connector pieces at the top. Was it because you didn't have enough length so they were added on? It seems like straight pieces going up would suffice. I have some PVC left over from another project and I'll keep this in mind of creative use for them. I also use the Dell adjustable stands for my stand up desk. Without them, it wouldn't work because you can't lower them for sitting down height. You have to stand all the time which isn't practical. The Dell adjustable stands are the best value for this application. Otherwise, you need to throw a lot of money at this problem of standing/sitting.
Yes, despite my best measuring I ended up with the vertical PVC pieces too short so I added a bit more. A homemade job but no problems to report. The approached allowed me to closely fit the required space constraints and the desk is 100% undamaged or drilled so we could use it somewhere else another day.
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