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Hey guys,

luckily I made it to finish a small routing project after a long period, since I had to move to another town which took so much time.

It's a desk organizer or stand for a PC monitor. I tried to optimize it for batch production to give it away to friends...


It's really a simple project, but I really would appreciate if you would give me some thoughts what you think about it or about the build.

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Looks great. But you will have to start over, the coffee cup is nowhere large enough.
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Nice work Daniel , thanks for sharing . I swear your the only person I’ve seen on YouTube that actually wears a respirator and safety glasses , good for you

I like the cutout for propping the phone up, great idea . I may actually use that idea when I build a computer desk

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Nice video, good project.

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Good job, man. Nice and neat. I built one many years ago and it is still in use today. However, your desk is just too neat and clean. Mine looks like a bomb went off.

My thoughts on your project. I think it would be a great project for beginners and experienced folks alike. A nice and useful project.

I like the work table. I guess it is a Fe$tool MFT. The holes are great. Mine looks similar so I can relate to all of your work.
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Thanks for the video Daniel, nice job.

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Nice work Daniel , thanks for sharing . I swear your the only person Iíve seen on YouTube that actually wears a respirator and safety glasses , good for you

I like the cutout for propping the phone up, great idea . I may actually use that idea when I build a computer desk
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Yes you re right, I am the only person on YT who wears safety stuff even at times when no safety is needed :PPP. I already thought it looks funny wearing it all the time during the vid But I just got into the habit of doing so because my sensitive loungs like it
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Thanks for your comment Mike,

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Good job, man. Nice and neat. I built one many years ago and it is still in use today. However, your desk is just too neat and clean. Mine looks like a bomb went off.
Luckily I could borrow a desk for the vid, otherwise no one could have found the stand on my loaded own desk

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My thoughts on your project. I think it would be a great project for beginners and experienced folks alike. A nice and useful project.
Yes you are right, I just build it for my own use and as a giveaway for some friends. Templates enable batch processing....

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I like the work table. I guess it is a Fe$tool MFT. The holes are great. Mine looks similar so I can relate to all of your work.
The Worktable is custom made with 20mm holes. Usually I use my Fe$tool bench clamps which are way more handier than those I used in the vid. The bench has a Kreg plate with a Trition TRA001 included, you can attach 2 fences...

I also like your bench it looks great!
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Nice design, well-executed build and great video - a winner.
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Thanks Rick

Yes you re right, I am the only person on YT who wears safety stuff even at times when no safety is needed :PPP. I already thought it looks funny wearing it all the time during the vid But I just got into the habit of doing so because my sensitive loungs like it
Well it’s about time someone set a good example , as it’s way overdue . If I wasn’t a fugly short fat bald broke guy , I’d be doing YouTube videos too, just to show the younger generation proper safety practices.

I was recently taking to a welder in town who lost part of his vision due to grinding some steel without safety glasses . I was just blown away that anyone would even consider that
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