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    • This model uses a simple up-down controller, is rated for up to 154 pounds, and has 2-stage legs that adjust from 28 - 47.5". This desk frame is recommended for desktops 35 ~ 63 inches wide and 20 - 32" deep. Wood screws are included, but assembly requires drilling and installation.
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This is a defect of the table but it is fixable. The motor is hitting its torque limit trying to bring itself back down.

You can either take the motor off and put a hex key in one leg to bring it down a bit (just make sure to make the same adjustment on the other side). Or the easier way is to use a crescent and turn the metal arm connecting the two legs such that it brings the table down a bit. After that, the motor should have no issue.
Bought one of these in October. By December the motor failed completely with the desk in the top-most position, the only things I had on it was a mount with two 27" monitors and a laptop. After they determined it was defective Monoprice wanted me to disassemble and ship the whole thing back before they'd ship a RMA replacement, leaving me without a desk for the duration.
pc on the floor? 43lb gaming machine; altho i have never weighted any of my pc's, i dont think any of them get anywhere near that weight.

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Max weight 150 pounds. After the weight of my gaming pc (43 pounds), a tabletop (60lbs for the gerton [ikea.com]), monitors and three monitors I'll be looking at about 140 pounds. Is that a concern?
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Max weight 150 pounds. After the weight of my gaming pc (43 pounds), a tabletop (60lbs for the gerton [ikea.com]), monitors and three monitors I'll be looking at about 140 pounds. Is that a concern?
"This model is made of the same quality materials and deliver the same basic functions as the higher-spec'd Monoprice motorized desks, but nonessential features and maximum ranges have been scaled down to keep prices affordable." I don't think Monoprice had a gaming setup in mind with this particular model.
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Max weight 150 pounds. After the weight of my gaming pc (43 pounds), a tabletop (60lbs for the gerton [ikea.com]), monitors and three monitors I'll be looking at about 140 pounds. Is that a concern?
pc on the floor? 43lb gaming machine; altho i have never weighted any of my pc's, i dont think any of them get anywhere near that weight.
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Max weight 150 pounds. After the weight of my gaming pc (43 pounds), a tabletop (60lbs for the gerton [ikea.com]), monitors and three monitors I'll be looking at about 140 pounds. Is that a concern?
Weights listed sound about right. You could place the PC on the ground or on a separate table to give yourself more margin for the height adjustment motor. You could also get a lighter tabletop (Hilver - 20lbs) but I understand the desire for a full wood top.
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I purchased this during Thanksgiving and ended up returning due to wobbling issue. Mine is carpet floor and I think that caused issue. So, unless you have complete hardwood floor, this might still have wobbling issue.
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sturdier one anyone would recommend for not much more?
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Weights listed sound about right. You could place the PC on the ground or on a separate table to give yourself more margin for the height adjustment motor. You could also get a lighter tabletop (Hilver - 20lbs) but I understand the desire for a full wood top.
How would one go about safely/sturdily mounting one of those Hilvers or any of the other "honeycomb" ones to this product though? I'm assuming they have structure where Ikea pre-drills for their legs, but if these "legs" don't attach in the same location, I'm going to guess the fasteners won't have anything but the thin veneer of the underside to bite on. I went through some of the reviews on some of those hollow/honeycomb tabletops and didn't see anyone mention using with sit/stand. Does anyone have experience with this?

Also, if you haven't used a desk with square edges where your forearms or wrists may lay, I would recommend caution. I switched from my full sit/stand desk at work to a regular desk with those cheap-ish sit/stand mounts that you can get on Amazon because the full desk started hurting my wrists. Someone else is now using it and is ok. Another desk we bought for another worker also has those edges and she's complained about it ever since. Wrist rests may help. Mine at home has the edges too, but I keep the keyboard far in and the mouse's wrist wrest over the edge. Just my 2 cents.
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Does this line up with pre-drilled vivo table tops?
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Bought one of these in October. By December the motor failed completely with the desk in the top-most position, the only things I had on it was a mount with two 27" monitors and a laptop. After they determined it was defective Monoprice wanted me to disassemble and ship the whole thing back before they'd ship a RMA replacement, leaving me without a desk for the duration.
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pc on the floor? 43lb gaming machine; altho i have never weighted any of my pc's, i dont think any of them get anywhere near that weight.
I weighed it three times to verify. It has 6 hard drives, a 3080 and then every else so it's pretty heavy.
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Bought one of these in October. By December the motor failed completely with the desk in the top-most position, the only things I had on it was a mount with two 27" monitors and a laptop. After they determined it was defective Monoprice wanted me to disassemble and ship the whole thing back before they'd ship a RMA replacement, leaving me without a desk for the duration.
This is a defect of the table but it is fixable. The motor is hitting its torque limit trying to bring itself back down.

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I weighed it three times to verify. It has 6 hard drives, a 3080 and then every else so it's pretty heavy.
The single motor standing desks jerk a bit when moving. I'm sure it's not great for spinning disks. Probably want a dual motor desk if your intent is to place your PC on it
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The single motor standing desks jerk a bit when moving. I'm sure it's not great for spinning disks. Probably want a dual motor desk if your intent is to place your PC on it
Yeah, that's my thoughts as well. I had this deal from two years ago but left it with my parents when I moved to California cause I had no room (the desk is huge).
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