Renewable Design for Crank Adjustable Stand Desk B for Cape Town Factory

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· Smoothly raises and lowers from 28.25 inches to 47.75 inches · Handle folds under desk or can be removed completely · High Quality Rolled Stamped Steel for Superior Strength & Stability – Holds 130lbs · Beautiful Fine Powder Coat Finish for Maximum Durability · High Quality 3/4 inch Wilsonart® Thermally Fused Laminate Top (TFL)   Item Weight 80 pounds Product Dimensions 48 x 24 x 47.8 inches Color Espresso Size Medium 24″ x 48″ x 3/4″


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Renewable Design for Crank Adjustable Stand Desk B for Cape Town Factory Detail:

· Smoothly raises and lowers from 28.25 inches to 47.75 inches

· Handle folds under desk or can be removed completely

· High Quality Rolled Stamped Steel for Superior Strength & Stability – Holds 130lbs

· Beautiful Fine Powder Coat Finish for Maximum Durability

· High Quality 3/4 inch Wilsonart® Thermally Fused Laminate Top (TFL)

 

Item Weight

80 pounds

Product Dimensions

48 x 24 x 47.8 inches

Color

Espresso

Size

Medium 24″ x 48″ x 3/4″


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To be the stage of realizing dreams of our employees! To build a happier, extra united and extra professional team! To reach a mutual reward of our shoppers, suppliers, the society and ourselves for Renewable Design for Crank Adjustable Stand Desk B for Cape Town Factory, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Puerto Rico , Bulgaria , Cancun , There are advanced producing & processing equipment and skilled workers to ensure the merchandise with high quality. We have now found an excellent before-sale, sale, after-sale service to ensure the customers that could rest assured to make orders. Until now our goods are now moving on fast and very popular in South America, East Asia, the Middle east, Africa, etc.


  • This is a nearly completed laser cutter project built on the chassis of a $15 desk found on Craigslist. The heart of the project started as a 75% complete group of parts that I also scored on CL for $520. This included: the XY frame, steppers, Gecko G540, optics, and 40W laser tube & P/S, water pump, radiator, and honeycomb. I bought the desk on 9/10/2013 and started cutting & welding. Today is 10/1, so basically 3 weeks of tinkering was involved with this project.
    The frame’s X axis had a bit of wobble, so I bought a THK linear rail to beef up and smooth out the right hand side (another $75 / Ebay). The gantry is now very stable. I bought about $80 worth of leadscrew, acme nuts, sprockets and #25 chain to build a manual Z axis. This was from Surplus Center in Nebraska, an A+ outfit.
    Other misc purchases were about $20 of 80-20 T-slot AL to mount the tube on, $100 worth of misc hardware like the plexiglass lid, piano hinge, angle iron for the frame (which is welded), and $8 for a water flow sensor. The bottom of the box is thick sheet metal scrap that I had laying around, and the sidewalls are made from black laminated MDF shelving that I found in the scratch and dent pile for $1.50 each x 2. I bought a beefier Y axis stepper for $25 since the gantry is now a bit heavier than the original stock design. I slipped in at around $900 total for everything, but that does not include some things I already had, like the FanTech fan, airbrush pump, Thorlabs optical mounts, 24V PSU, cables, Igus chain, etc… (it’s good to be a hoarder).
    The people I would like to thank are: Aaron for giving me the smokin’ deal on the majority of the parts, Dan B for the great deal on the desk, and the following youtubers whose videos gave me some good ideas: Christopher Robinson, LPFThings, & Stephen Hobley- you guys may not know it, but your videos really helped me out!
    -Mike

    This is the first business after our company establish, products and services are very satisfying, we have a good start, we hope to cooperate continuous in the future!
















    5 Stars By Eric 2015-12-22 19:23
    We have been engaged in this industry for many years, we appreciate the work attitude and production capacity of the company, this is a reputable and professional manufacturer.









    5 Stars By Andy 2016-6-18 17:47

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