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Rick's Treadmill Desk Version 1.0

Treadmill desk built from a Stairmaster 510plus (craigslist find), a modular industrial shelving unit from Home Depot, and a 1x12 pine shelf piece. Total cost (including treadmill) $165.00

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Comment by ThomasC on April 6, 2012 at 10:15am

Go cheap. Go slow.  I think you should find success in your pragmatic approach. Nice job!

Comment by bdrhoa on April 6, 2012 at 1:35pm

Nice work. How are you securing the shelf?

Comment by RickB on April 6, 2012 at 2:13pm

Comment by RickB on April 6, 2012 at 4:53pm

Used zip ties.  Drilled four sets of holes, pulled the zip ties tight.  Easy to remove and very stable.  Much easier than drilling into the metal or using brackets.  They don't really hurt usability on the top as they're towards the back of the desk.  May try to make the keyboard desk a little easier to remove and reattach in the future.  For now the incline on the treadmill is broken and I've set the max speed on the treadmill to 2mph via the service menu (so I'll ONLY be using for desk work for the time being).

Comment by Anne Pratt on April 8, 2012 at 6:50pm

I love to read about these inexpensive methods!  I don't own a treadmill (yet), and I've resolved not to add anything to the credit card.  So this is very promising!  Thanks!

Comment by Joseph S on April 29, 2012 at 8:00pm
Looks good. I want to do something similar for my prototype. Long term may do a trekdesk or a tr1200dt. However, want to make sure I like it before i invest a lot. I work out of the house so I have quite a bit of latitude but it's mostly my own money. Thinking of using black wire shelves to do a set up like yours the black laminate wood shelves for the keyboard desk across the handle bars.

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