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[Desk] Workstream by Monoprice Sit-Stand Dual-Motor Height Adjustable Table Desk Frame, Electric, White, Fits desktops between 43"-87", $229.99 ($329.99-$100) w/ Free Shipping. Bac

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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
If you have access to IKEA they added "kitchen island" countertops to their set you can get 74" x 40"
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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
home depot I imagine has some good counertops as well
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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
Check Facebook marketplace, I found a few outlet resellers who were selling butcher blocks for half the price
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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
Mono price has some decent options. I bought the white/grey for my employees and the big black one for me.
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Where would I find a good table top to go with this? I'm thinking 78"
I got this butcher block countertop from homedepot.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/HARDW.../301812823
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home depot I imagine has some good counertops as well
How hard do you think it would be to add a tabletop for someone who is not handy at all? Does the stand come with screws? Would screws be needed even?
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How hard do you think it would be to add a tabletop for someone who is not handy at all? Does the stand come with screws? Would screws be needed even?
hmm, well you probably need a battery powered drill but nothing too fancy I would think
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home depot I imagine has some good counertops as well
You can purchase a 48"x25" unfinished solid birch countertop for about $99 or a 72"x25" for $119. I suggest going this route as it's inexpensive, can be cut to size, is solid, and can be finished however you want.
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You can purchase a 48"x25" unfinished solid birch countertop for about $99 or a 72"x25" for $119. I suggest going this route as it's inexpensive, can be cut to size, is solid, and can be finished however you want.
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Here's a link a direct link to the 6ft counter top, you can select the 4ft if you want smaller. I just finished building my desk with both the 6ft and 4ft sections using the L shaped Workstream legs from Monoprice. So far no complaints. The countertop pieces are solid and heavy but give a nice rigidity to the desk.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HARDW.../314316969
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Here's a link a direct link to the 6ft counter top, you can select the 4ft if you want smaller. I just finished building my desk with both the 6ft and 4ft sections using the L shaped Workstream legs from Monoprice. So far no complaints. The countertop pieces are solid and heavy but give a nice rigidity to the desk.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HARDW.../314316969 [homedepot.com]
thank you, i would love to see pictures of your setup if you have them handy! also how did you combine them, wood glue and studs?
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