Most standard corner computer desk has become decidedly obsolete and inconvenient. Many hardly have enough space for anything other than the home computer. Corner tables solve this problem by providing double space on the surface while taking advantage of space in the room that is not otherwise used. Make your own basic computer corner desk to meet both the computer and non-computer needs with room to spare.
Cut a single rectangle of plywood measuring 5 feet by 3 feet. Use the easels and deliver the raw power to cut this piece in half widthwise using an angled line. Cut out six rectangles that measure 3 1/2 feet by 1 1/2 feet from the legs of the table. Make short wooden slats for the lip of the desk. Mount the desk pieces on top of the easels using wood glue and wood biscuits. Align the lip parts to the edge of the desk piece, align the four strips with the edges of the desk of the same length. And position the lips so that they hang down the edges of the table.
Place the desk face down on the floor to hold the legs. Place the legs with wood glue. The position of them in the lower part of the work table, inside the lip. Turn the table to its normal position to reinforce the legs with screws. Insert the screws through the desk on the legs. Use at least three screws for each leg. Sand the desk with the disc sander. Apply varnish, if desired, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.