Keyboard shelf – Hidden drawers desks remain clear keyboard allow for a lot of computer equipment. They are available in many styles incorporated desktop, but you can build your own. The ideal for this surface is a stair lift. It is strong and already offers a rounded front edge. With some other materials and basic tools, you can create a hidden keyboard shelf for any desktop. Measure the width of your keyboard. If you want your mouse pad in the hidden drawer, including measurement too. Add 2-4 inches to measure the total length of the drawer. Measure the required length on the step and cut. Arena burrs off the edge of the cut. Cut a piece of 1-by-1 to match the width of the riser. Set the 1-by-1 to the back of the riser with wood glue. This will prevent the keyboard from sliding backwards and crash down on his feet. Cut two 16-inch sections of 2-by-4. Sand one end of each (these are the faces, which are flush with the surface of the table). Paint or stain all wood with the desired color.
Secure the drawer of a cabinet slide to the side of the Step. The front of the slide must be flush with the front edge of the riser, which extends rearward beyond the rear edge. Place the second piece of drawer to the other side. Place the cabinet side of the slides 2 tables 4. Adjust standing together on the desk with faces toward you. The slides will be at the bottom in the corners, holding the step between them. Insert the slides in the slide 2-for-4. Make sure everything is moving correctly.
Slide the riser card all the way back to the sides 2-for-1 April support the unit under the table. The front edge should be placed a few inches behind the front of the table to hide the keyboard shelf. Mark the location of the sides at the bottom of the table with a pencil. Drill a pair of pilot holes through the table for every 2-by-4, using lines drawn as a guide. Insert the screws into the pilot holes into the top of the desktop. They screw through the desktop and on the boards of 2-by-4, holding hidden drawer in place. Countersink screws slightly below the table surface. Fill countersunk screws with wood putty. Let set, then the soft sand and paint or stain to match the desktop.