The first step of assembly is to loosen up the center frame piece and separate it.
Each leg is positioned with the motor box down and the frame rail dropped over it.
Four countersunk bolts hold each leg to the center frame rails.
Make sure to do both sets of legs.
Next, the side support rails are bolted to the frame on each side.
Two countersunk bolts hold each in place.
Next, we’ll install the vibration damping washers in the frame rail after sliding it back together.
Each wing of the side support bars also gets them.
Now we turn the entire assembly over on the bottom of the desk top.
We lined the side support wings up with the pre-drilled holes and then slid everything into place.
Each wing gets a pair of wood screws into pre-drilled holes.
The center frame rail gets two more screws on each side.
The control box has pre-drilled holes as well which makes this step easy.
Even the control panel has pre-drilled holes.
We used several of the included stick-on cable wraps to tuck all the cords neatly up to the bottom of the desk.
Once you flip the desk upright with a helper and plug it in, you need to follow the direction in the manual to initialize the lift system. The desk starts out at a minimum height of 27.9 inches.
Going up all the way gets you a tall 46.8 inches.
You’ll have to find your own preferred heights. You have four presets, so you have enough room for more than one person to program their favorite settings if needed.