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Studio Designs 10053 Vision Craft Station in Silver / Blue Glass
|Color||Silver/ Blue Glass|
|Brand||SD STUDIO DESIGNS|
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- Overall Dimensions:40.75"W x 25.75"D x 30" - 49"H at full tilt, Main Work Surface 35.5"W x 23.75"D
- Tempered Blue Safety Glass Top, Top Angle Adjustment from Flat to 70 Degrees
- 3 Plastic Molded Slide out Drawers for Storage (for use on left or right side)
- Heavy Gage Powder Coated Steel Construction for Durability, 23.75"W x 2"D Storage Pencil Ledge
- (4) Casters for Mobility with 2 Locking, Four Removable Side Trays for Supplies
- Overall Dimensions:28"W x 42.20"D x 28", Main Work Surface 35.5"W x 24"D
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The Studio Designs' Vision Craft Station features a large 35. 5 in. by 23. 75 in. D work surface made of tempered safety glass. The angle of the table top adjusts up to 70 degrees. Three slide-out drawers mount below the table on either side and a 2 in. deep pencil ledge is built in for supplies. Four removable side trays are on the side of the table top for easy access to materials. Casters offer mobility, two of which lock for stability during projects. Constructed of durable heavy-gauge, powder-coated steel. Drafting Table Overall Assembled Dimensions: 40. 75 in. W x 25. 75 in. D x 30 in. H.
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1. This desk was well-packed. Nothing arrived broken or damaged.
2. The desk top is able to lay flat or angled.
3. The plastic drawers on the right side provide additional storage.
4. The desk comes with wheels and casters, so you can decide if you want the desk to move. The front wheels can be locked.
5. The instructions are fairly easy to understand. It took my husband and I about an hour to assemble.
1. The desk comes with an allen wrench and a hex wrench, but in addition you'll need a Phillips screwdriver. Actually, you'll need an electric screwdriver. When screwing on the brackets, just using a non-drilling screwdriver won't work. My husband is very strong and even he couldn't get the screws all the way in. Once we brought out the electric one, they screws went in with no problem.
2. The plastic trays on each side are flimsy plastic. They pretty much just hang off the brackets. The cups aren't deep enough to hold pens or pencils (they are supposed to be for paint). If the trays were actually built into the frame it would be much better.
3. The 3 drawers arrive unassembled and we had a heck of a time snapping them together. I was worried that we would break them. Luckily we didn't.
All in all, it's a decent desk, especially for a child. My daughter loves it, and it's a good height for her.
My desk arrived yesterday, and although it was easy to assemble, it did take a good bit of time. I might add that there were no extra screws, etc. so be careful not to misplace anything. The directions were pretty clear. Pay attention to the details so you know if the legs, center bar, etc., are facing the correct direction. The only thing that I found somewhat difficult were the eight brackets that get screwed to the edges of the table top (4 on each side). To make it easier, I screwed the screws directly into the hole (just a little), then removed them. The screws and brackets then easily screwed in by hand. By the way, the only tool NOT included was a Philips screw driver. A super thin wrench was supplied and will work if you don't have anything else, but if you have a standard 12 point wrench it will speed you up considerably! Also be careful when you put the drawers together, it seemed as though they could break or crack if not handled properly.
I would like to address a couple of the questions/complaints I saw.
The first is that this desk can't be used with a T-square. Although I do not use a T-square, myself, I think this desk can be made to use with one. There are four plastic compartments (2 on either side) to hold pencils, erasers, paint, etc. If one wishes to use a T-square, all that needs to be done is remove the side compartments on one side -- leaving the 2 compartments on the other side for necessities. The pencil ledge could also be removed at the bottom of the table if it is in the way to use the T-square vertically. Remember, there will still be a pencil compartment on one side.
Another question/issue mentioned is not having a way of keeping one's paper on the table when it is in the lifted position. I tried a quick experiment that seems to work. I removed some shelf liner in my bathroom medicine cabinet, place it on the glass, and laid my 18"x24" drawing tablet (with 21 sheets of 80 lb. paper) on top of it. Unfortunately, I didn't have a piece of liner as large as my tablet but the paper still held securely to the table in the 1st - 5th positions. When I turned the paper horizontally, the tablet still held, but the paper itself "hung low" on the unbound edge (see photo). My smaller 12x9" sketch book contains 75 sheets of 75 lb. paper. When placed on the shelf liner, this tablet held fast in the 1st-6th positions. Only the 7th (last) position was too steep. As I mentioned, my desk just arrived, so I haven't had a chance to put this experiment to use for long periods. One might not want to lift the desk and walk away, but I have complete confidence that this will work while I am drawing -- and I will be able to continue to use my tablet and not have to tear individual pages out and tape them to the glass. By the way, the desk is well made; and I love that I can push it from room to room! At this point, there is not one single complaint to make! [I included pictures but apologize for some of them turning on their side.]
The table itself, including the tilting glass top is great. It's stable, versatile and looks nice. However, it comes with a plastic drawer unit and plastic side holders intended to hold pencils, etc. These plastic components are cheap and poorly made. The drawer unit has 3 pieces which are supposed to snap together. However, the plastic was warped and brittle. It took us maybe 15 min to build the table and another hour to try and get the 3 plastic drawer pieces to fit together. Additionally, there is a little pencil shelf that attaches to the front of the desk. I imagine this is there so that when you tilt the desk, your pencils, etc. don't slide off on to the floor. Good idea. However, the screws that came with it don't fit well into the holes drilled for them in the desk.
Nice idea but a little more care needs to go into choice of materials and the manufacturing of this item.
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assembley : the instructions were easy to follow read thoroughly and not rush. total assembly time building myself approximately 50 minutes.
The thing that disappointed me about this product it comes from a place that makes drafting/ art tables. I realize you get what you pay for but the table frame and glass were not square . When I tried to mount the glass to the frame top I would line up pre-engineered affixed grommet to the bolt but when I tried too line up the second one, it was not squaring up and was off 3 degrees to the left which doesn't sound like much but by the time you get to the top of the table its 5/8 of an inch over on the left overlapping the tray and not setting down into position. I even attempted to turn the glass 180 just to prove to myself it wasn't my error. I didn't dare attempt try apply any force to the frame in trepidation of breaking the glass which one reviewer complained about.
The little box container bracket mount is very flimsy and the method of mounting you can easily strip the thread so it wont hold at also that feature becomes useless unless you buy a bolt and nut and drill another hole to feed it through... or use wood filler... (have not done that yet)
I did not like how the trays had to stack and snap together... the plastic is lower grade edges are warped and did not line up and noting the broken artist trays already arrived cracked and pieces broke I was concerned to apply any great force.
I contacted Studio designs directly I was answered promptly that they would send replacement parts..
"Hello - Angel Shaw,
We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. Please send me your shipping address and we will ship out via UPS ground the parts you need no charge. Please include the part no#s from the instructions and quantity. Thank you."
Studio Designs honored their product .... I DID receive the replacement parts that were defective and all fit perfect...
Only one comment - the adjusting bar behind table is in an awkward location and is not easy to release to lower table from inclined angle.