Workstation Configurations Ideas
Using the versatile Workplace modular benches, you can configure workstations that are well-organized and ergonomically correct. Every workstation helps you achieve efficient production and excellent product quality.
Design Ideas – Aerospace & Government
Workstations designed for aerospace and government applications are meticulously crafted to meet the stringent demands of these specialized fields. In the aerospace sector, workstations are engineered to support complex simulations, data analysis, and design tasks essential for aircraft and spacecraft development. These workstations often integrate powerful computing systems, advanced graphics capabilities, and high-performance components to handle intricate simulations and modeling requirements. Security and data integrity are paramount in government applications, and workstations for these settings adhere to strict compliance standards.
A high priority drawer storage need was met with this workstation design, which includes four base cabinets. A Series 5300 Workstation is paired with a Series 7000 station to create a 7″x15″x36″ H work center. Double Standard Uprights support the adjustable overtable divider shelves. As the two units are free-standing, they can be moved apart to create a new work environment at any time.
A Series 5300 Quarter-Quad Module stands alone to serve this Engineering Departartment. Power and overhead storage requirements are net with quad riser modules, cork panels and power. This unit is a spacious 7’x7′.
Hand-held radios are maintained and repaired on this Series 7000 Cabinet-to-Leg Technician Station. The 30″Dx72″Lx30″H unit has a plastic laminate top with post-formed front edge, and is equipped with a fixed riser shelf assembly and a 20-amp wiretrough.
This 30″Dx96″Lx30″H Series 7400 Technican Station was selected for use in a lab environment for calibration of microwave test equipment. A 20-amp wiretrough with five duplex outlets provides a convenient power source.