Workspace IA1

Workspace IA1

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Description

My personal workspace isn't that fashion model of art, but it still has many details as interior and
exterior details which made it very difficult to CAD. it's divided into 4 main parts; the first part is the
Office Desk which is the table you work on, do your job and finish your paperwork on it, it has a lot of
moveable parts like the stands which make you change its height and angle, besides you can open the
top table that leads you to a box which holds all your stuff and working tools, the top table and the box
are attached to a Set Angle Position Hinges that holds at 90 degrees and close slowly, I added a rubber
holders on the box edges to keep these edges save from hitting though, and finally the keyboard and
mouse drawer under the box with a sliders to open and close it freely and easily. I made all of them as
moveable parts with all needed fasteners to hold it, make it easy to use and bring it to life. The second
part is the Computer Desk which is the table that holds either your computer monitor or your laptop
with the ability of changing its height. The third part is the Curve Desk which is a curved workspace that
you can put a different type of papers, books or any kind of stuff that you like on it, it's a large workspace
that can be used. The last part is the Locker Desk which is the most important part that holds your
papers and files into 9 lockers of two different sizes, these lockers have a movable drawer which
attached to some sliders that gives you that ability of dragging it in and out. Actually this was the
hardest part of CAD, it had a lot of joints and fasteners. Neither parts were easy to make, each one of
them had a tricky fraction which I had to deal with. All screws used in this model were a Bending Posts
with different barrel lg. The material of all fasteners, screws, sliders, hinges and stands are made of
Polished Aluminum, the other parts made of Glossy Cherry Wood.

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