Building your own L-shaped awesome computer desks is the challenge the company is worth for the do it craftsmen who know what they want. After gathering all the tools that are needed for the job a circular saw or a table, drill, screws, hammer, level, ruler, pencil, sander, router, and safety glasses and gloves the layout of your plywood to begin to sketch the design of the work surface. Use a thick, quality plywood floor board that is sturdy enough to last without bending 3/4 to 1 inch thick. Depending on how heavy you want your work surface to feel, you can duplicate layers of plywood and wood to glue them together for a more stately appearance.
A 4-foot by 8-foot plywood sheet floor board can be large enough to cut a single piece, L-shaped desk about 4 feet to one side and 8 feet the other way. If you prefer an even larger table, then the work surface will be constructed of more than one piece of wood. Determine the depth you want your work surface to be.
For straight cuts, use a circular saw or a table. A table saw is better for a smooth and even cut, but a constant set of hands can produce similar results with a circular saw. Curved corners are carried out using a jigsaw. Carefully follow the lines and then sand the rough edges all around the top of the work surface. Leave the straight edges or router a decorative border on the wood.