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1  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: plans for desk on: 30 March, 2009, 08:34
yes it is planned that two people can use it,
2  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: plans for desk on: 30 March, 2009, 08:28
the desk top would rest on 3 supports, one at each end and the trird in the center. two of these supports would be 2 drawer filing cabinets and the third might be a set of drawers (or a third filing cabinet)
3  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: plans for desk on: 24 March, 2009, 21:43
The space we have is 10ft and the idea would be to have one 2 drawer cabinate, space for legs under neath, another cabinate, more space and the 3rd cabinate.
4  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: plans for desk on: 09 March, 2009, 17:59
thanks for your reply, after looking at our requirments and space, the idea of a "double desk" might be the best. for this we thought if I made three "two-drawer" filing cabinets and put a top over the the lot. the idea of leather inserts sounds good, but i have no idea how to do it. do you have plans for a 2 drawer filing cabinet? hopefully the timber will be stable enough so it will not warp and make the drawers stiff!
Keith














5  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: plans for desk on: 03 March, 2009, 08:35
i don't know yet! It is still in the trunk. I know I am a bit early in looking for plans, but until I know what size timber I want, how do I instruct the saw mill? Any help or suggestions would be very welcome.
6  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / plans for desk on: 19 January, 2009, 17:54
I am looking for plans / drawings for an office desk. I hope to use Beech, if there is any reason why Beech would not be suitable, I would appreciate any tips.
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