Factory making Desk Converters A for Senegal Manufacturer
Height adjusts from 7 to 16 inches, and is 2.5 inches high in the “sitting” position Desktop surface is 28 inches x 20 inches Designed to fit most desks and cubicles; footprint is 24.5 inches x 16.8 inches Desktop is made of laminated particleboard; legs and base are steel Item Weight 27 pounds Product Dimensions 28 x 20 x 16 inches
Factory making Desk Converters A for Senegal Manufacturer Detail:
Height adjusts from 7 to 16 inches, and is 2.5 inches high in the “sitting” position
Desktop surface is 28 inches x 20 inches
Designed to fit most desks and cubicles; footprint is 24.5 inches x 16.8 inches
Desktop is made of laminated particleboard; legs and base are steel
28 x 20 x 16 inches
Product detail pictures:
Our objective is to present premium quality products at aggressive prices, and top-notch services to buyers around the world. We have been ISO9001, CE, and GS certified and strictly adhere to their excellent specifications for Factory making Desk Converters A for Senegal Manufacturer, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: moldova , Canada , USA , We honor ourselves as a company that comprises of a strong team of professionals who are innovative and well experienced in the international trading, business development and product advancement. Moreover, the company stays unique among its competitors due to its superior standard of quality in production, and its efficiency and flexibility in business support.
Many people are familiar with the work of M.C. Escher. We have all learned to appreciate the impossibilities that this master of illusion’s artwork presents to the layman’s eye. Many of the so-called ‘impossible’ drawings of M. C. Escher can be realized as actual physical objects, Prof. Gershon Elber of Technion’s Faculty of Computer Science has done just this. His research team has developed a unique CAD application for designing “impossible” 3D objects, with the 3D printer in Technion’s Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning The Belvedere comes to life in a 3D model. All M.C. Escher works (C) the M.C. Escher Company B.V. – Baarn – the Netherlands. Used by permission. All rights reserved. More about Prof. Elber’s work at: http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~gershon/EscherForReal/
Follow this link to learn more about Technion: http://pard.technion.ac.il
Photography: Haim Singer, Guy Shachar; 3D Printing: Dr. Yasha Grobman, Itay Blaistain; 3D Relativity Model: Oded Fruhman; Editing: Guy Shachar
By Doris 2016-2-18 16:14
A nice supplier in this industry, after a detail and careful discussion, we reached a consensus agreement. Hope that we cooperate smoothly.
By Stephen 2016-7-12 13:33