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Portable hanging desk that provides an instant and efficient place to work for building sites, home offices, workshops, or any place where portable workspace is needed. Folds up and installs at any height. Requires 2 pieces of 24" x 48" x 1/2" plywood (NO T INCLUDED). Constructed of rugged fabric. Includes heavy-duty rings placed at 48" center for quick installation and durability. Dowel inserts allow for free standing applications. Wire access slots for cords. Desk space fits 24" x 36" blueprints. Small p ockets for pens, calculators, phones, etc. Large pockets for folders, pads, etc. Includes drink holder. Includes plan station ONLY; cords, blueprints, pens, folders, cups, etc. are NOT INCLUDED.
Need a space to spread out and plan the job? Instead of wasting time building a temporary table, simply pound two nails into the wall, slip two, 24 inch by 48 inch pieces of plywood into the fabric panels of the Plan Station and you've got a complete work station in less than 5 minutes! You'll be perfectly organized too. Two rows of mesh pockets hold everything from pens, pencils and cell phone to invoices and materials lists. The work surface comfortably fits 24 inch by 36 inch blueprints. There's even a drink holder and an access slot for your computer's power cord. Hulking 1200-denier nylon fabric is tough enough for the job site, reinforced everywhere to take heaps of abuse. Hanging rings are spaced 48 inches on center for hanging on any stud wall. When it's time to pack up and move location? Leave the plywood in and fold the unit like a portfolio. There's even a convenient carry handle! Also great for use in your home office, workshop, garage, garden shed, warehouse, or any place where you need portable work space. Imported.
This is a great product for small jobs. It's portable and I've had many compliments for being so organized. I plan to purchase another since I usually have multiple jobs going.Published 6 months ago by John Zygmunt