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Posted on L-Shaped desk, best joinery for top?

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#1 posted 03-22-2012 08:10 PM

This type of desk is usually made modular so that it can more easily be transported through a standard doorway.
As such, the joinery of the tops would be dog bones, or, draw bolts—the type typically used for countertops. Also, the use of mending plates to join the base together is typical.

You could get more fancy than that, but, just consider that this should be detachable into two sections.

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