Added a cover for the riser later on. As well as some 3d printed brackets to close off all cable holes.
Front view with all drawers closed.
Front view with middle drawers open.
Front view with all drawers open.
Back view with flap open.
"COSK" - a wooden PC desk with a computer inside
This piece was designed and build for my journeyman's examination. I finished it this summer and can call myself a carpenter now.
It uses a solid wood body made from walnut and ash in combination with steel legs and tinted glass.
Under the glass sits a removable box which houses all the components for my computer. The intake is handled by three of Noctuas NF-F12 chromax fans under the raised reservoir. The fresh air can pass over all components and then exit through the radiator, with the help of another set of fans. Of course, there are appropriate cutouts on the underside of the desk.
Behind the box is a compartment with plenty of space for a power strip and all extra cable length you may have. It can be accessed with the flap on the back. Cables for the monitor can pass through the indent on the top surface. I intended it for use with a wall mount for now.
There are two USB ports and a Power Button to the side, which are routed under the PC-box. Additionally, there is a wireless charger right next to the IO.
The legs can easily be removed for transport.