- Instead of single pulley line in the middle of the desk there are two lines on both sides of the desk.
- I made desk as light as possible (but without any sacrifice of sturdiness).
- Light desk allowed me to switch from 3-times advantage pulley system to 2-times advantage system. As a result of that counterweight moves withing the boundaries of the hutch.
- I mounted two shelves in the inner side of the hutch making some use of hutch volume.
Detailed steps of this project is published on the "Instructables" site right here: Sit&Stand Computer Desk Hutch . I even submitted it to couple of "Instructables" contests. I cannot tell that submission made the big splash but project got some attention. While it does not win first prize it reached one contest final and here is my award: "Instrcutables" robot t-shirt.