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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
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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
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This Video is Part 3 – Machining on the 4th Axis!
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Part 1: Creating the part in Solidworks CAD
Part 2: Modeling the part in SprutCAM 9 CAM
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