Category: Lower Extremity

Raised Desk

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DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To enable individuals with spinal cord injuries or back pain to use a standard desk from a wheelchair, kneeling chair, or while standing. This desk is created by replacing the standard legs on a conventional desk with extra-long table-style legs. Each leg replacememt is kept rigid by two half-inch flat steel braces made of 0.5 x 1/8 inch steel bar. The top end of the steel is fastened to the desk with wood screws and the bottom ends are fastened to the legs with hose clamps. MATERIALS: Four long table legs, steel bar, hose clamps, and wood screws. TOOLS: Drill and a screwdriver. SKILLS REQUIRED: Carpentry. TITLE: Raised Desk. REF: http://bb.1asphost.com/supine/picture_tour/RaisedDesk.asp

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as of: 
03/14/2011

Made By:

Wolfram Volpi
Wolfram Volpi Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Wolfram Volpi is the designer of the Homemade Supine Workstation and maintains a Web site with complete plans for the desk.
Address: 
Email address: wolfv@hotpop.com
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
505-522-7972
Web Address: 
http://bb.1asphost.com/supine/default.asp