Hey /diy/, I plan on building a MADE Camber desk in a larger size to fit against a wall. I will plastidip it to make it a nice white but am not sure how get the shape nor the material to do this. Also not sure the best way to fit the legs on the curved surface. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks!
>get the shape
Depends on the material.
>nor the material
Well, what do you have available? What are your skills? Whats the budget? Can you give us ANY fucking info bro?
>Also not sure the best way to fit the legs on the curved surface
Depends on the materials.
>Any advice would be appreciated
You can start with reading the fucking sticky. You can then make a post that isn't retarded. Then we might help you. Sage cause I ain't gonna bump this.
Working down the sticky;
I couldn't find anything on google for getting a shape in such a deep piece. Was looking under the presumption of using wood, and with no one local able to do this if there was a better way of doing this before going down that route.
I am asking trying to find the optimal way to do this regardless of resources time etc., I was thinking wood would be best but as you said getting the shape depends on the material, if a certain wood or something else is best I would like to know. Regarding skills, if I don't have them I can find someone that does, but its best to approach with an idea in mind hence I am here trying to find the best way, before finding the people for it.
The attached should give a good idea of what I am going for?
For your points
>shape and material
"not sure how get the shape nor the material to do this", again trying to be optimal
I did read the sticky, maybe I didn't clarify resources but thats it. And thats because I am trying to find out what I need, and am then going to get it
So again, any help at all would be useful, coming from if you were doing this, how would you go about it.
Fuck, forgot legs. Before you fix the curved section to the top, drill and hammer some (at minimum) 10mm blind nuts into it, then affix some matching hanger bolts into the top of your leg. This will let you screw them on and off as needed. Might be worth a felt washer between the top of the leg and the table so you don't tear up the plastidip/whatever you finish it with when you tighten it down.
No worries. We better see some pics once it's done faggot.