Woodworking Projects for Beginners – How to Build a DIY Desk

This is an easy woodworking project that shows you how to make a desk. You can build this desk for about $100 in materials using common wood and plywood. I built this desk for my son, who has Autism. We want to use this project to raise Autism awareness. Amazon and other affiliate links are used in this description and they help support this channel.

Carbide 3D CNCs:

50 Free Woodworking Plans

Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism –
Autism Speaks Charity:
Free Desk Plans:

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*Tools Used in Video:
Outlaw’s Board Butter:
Band Clamps:
Massca M2 Pocket Hole Jig:
Pre-Stain Conditioner:
Rust-Oleum Stain Used:
Lacquer Spray:
Bench Cookies:

Other Tools and Supplies Used:
Dust Mask:
Wood Glue:
Pica Pencil:
1/8 Roundover Bit:
Sanding Pad:
Walnut Wood:
DeWalt Miter Saw:
Festool Track Saw:
Festool Sander:
Festool Dust Extractor:
Table Saw:
Woodpeckers Square Used:
Hand Sanding Mouse:
Pin Nailer:
Parallel Clamps:
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Work Pants I Wear:

Dice Box:
Free File for Dice Box:
Magnets for Dice Box:

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0:00 How to Build a Desk
0:47 Cutting The Plywood Top
3:26 Custom D&D Dice Box for Desktop
5:15 Building Desk Base Frame
7:17 How to Stain Wood
7:48 Applying Laquer to Desk
8:45 Attaching Desk Top to Frame
9:30 My Son’s Autism Story

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