Adjustable Drawing And Drafting Table With Black Frame And Dual Wheel Casters

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Adjustable Drawing And Drafting Table With Black Frame And Dual Wheel Casters

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The Adjustable Drawing And Drafting Table provides a reliable piece of office furniture. Suitable for the workplace or a home office, it lets you make professional drawings with comfort and precision whether you are doing art design or architecture. This black drafting table has a Melamine laminate work surface. It is flat and even, as well as durable and resilient. It also lets you adjust the surface to the angle that is most convenient for you and lock it in that position for comfort and ease while working. The adjustable drafting table comes not only with a black frame but also dual wheel casters, making the unit mobile so you can place it anywhere. Two of casters can be locked to make the table unmovable while working. The side storage trays help you store pencils, ruler and other drawing instruments. Further, you can place other supplies in the featured pull-out tray beneath the working surface.

Adjustable Drawing and Drafting Table, Black Frame:

  • 3/4" melamine laminate work surface
  • Locking Angle adjustment
  • Side storage trays for all your supplies
  • Pullout supplies tray
  • Attached file organizer with hanging hooks for other essentials
  • All metal frame
  • Black high-gloss frame finish
  • Dual wheel casters; two locking
  • Black drafting table overall dimensions: 30''W x 24''D x 31''H
  • This drafting table with wheels comes with an all metal frame for durability

Specifications

Width: 30 inches
Primary Color: Black
Model No.: NAN-JN-2739-GG
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 36.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 30.0 x 24.0 x 31.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported
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Customer Reviews | 32 reviews | 2.9 out of 5

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10/15/2009

Customer review by Matt6sic6

1.0 stars by Matt6sic6

I'm going to be brutally honest. I have 2 problems with this thing, one minor and one huge. 1. The instructions might as well have not even come with it. All the instructions were, were pictures of 6 stages of assembly. They didn't tell you where parts went; it was basically just "Look at this picture and take a guess." 2. My big problem. There was a defective part, and it was the most important part there was. It was an L bracket, which attaches to the adjustment spring that allows you to tilt the table up and down. The L brackets pre-drilled holes did not match the anchors that were in the board. They were an entire 2 inches off, and the only way to fix it was to go out and buy an extra 20 dollars worth of material. - Not only that, but one of the anchors was stripped out of board when I opened the box. Other than the metal frame, the table/board is made of pressed sawdust; it's very cheaply made. I had to spend extra money to fix a brand new item. I had already spent 2 hours putting it together, I wasn't about to take it back apart and bring it back to the store for a refund, so I took my business to another store to buy the material I would need to fix this cheaply made junk. I do NOT recommend buying this at all!

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Matt6sic6
Hendersonville, NC
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
Great Little Desk
5/11/2009

Customer review by IWishIHadWingzz

4.0 stars by IWishIHadWingzz

I actually saw this desk at an arts and crafts store for about $60 more than Walmart was charging and had already looked at it and everything so I had a good idea of what i was getting and I'm very happy with my purchase. My boyfriend was able to put it together on his own in a couple of hours and it fulfills all of my expectations .. definately worth paying

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IWishIHadWingzz
Charles Town, WV
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Could be better
10/17/2009

Customer review by xbonbonx

3.0 stars by xbonbonx

I had a lot of expectations for this table, being an art student and all. I needed a table that can fit my big drawing pads. Pros - Nice and sturdy, good addons. Cons- Instructions are very hard to follow, when I received mine I was missing a few pieces. Overall it's a good product, but more could be done to make assembly easier and if I wasn't missing parts to the table.

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xbonbonx
California
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
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No way to screw the gliding rails on to the frame, or screw the tray itself to the sliding part. Please help! =)
by an anonymous customer 8/15/2010
  • First you have to take the sliding rails apart, we only discovered this through trial and error. We finagled with the black rubber piece until it released. Then we attached the larger pieces to the table and the smaller pieces to the drawer. Then slid the drawer in. Also there are predrilled holes in the table bars, but they weren't big enough, so we enlarged the holes with our drill. We were very careful not to make them too big. Choose a small drill bit.
    by graciehound1/12/2013
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  • the two parts of the gliding rails come apart, there is a little black tab on the inside of the gliders and when depressed it allows for the gliders to pull apart, then the separate pieces can be screwed to their respective bases and then the gliders will go back together as you put the drawer into place. it took me almost 20 minutes to figure this out myself when i was putting the table together.
    by djbizz1/13/2011
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  • You have to separate the rails - there is a hard to see black plastic "fork" inside each rail. The instructions don't show it but the mechanism allows the two rails to be separated. It is greased, be careful not to hurt yourself. I used a screw driver down the center of the rail (inside the gap of the rail) to push the catch upwards (if not upwards, it was downward, the screw driver must be far in the gap to give a good level to trip the catch open. The rails will then separate - do not attach the two rail halves until the drawer is screwed together or you will have to separate them again. My unit had some give - getting the drawer back on required some force to get the rail & drawer to line up so it moved freely. Once on the unit, you should be able to push the drawer all the way to lock it in place. Good luck.
    by o29012/10/2010
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  • See the "Customer Q & A Exchange" and the answer posted by Aaron. The sliders actually come apart into 2 pieces allowing you to attach the "1" slider to the drawer and the other piece to the frame. On the inside of the sliders is a black release lever. Push it up or down (can't remember which) with a screw driver and it comes part into 2 pieces.
    by ibcruella12/5/2010
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The sliding drawer has sliders that I cannot determine how I am to have them attach to the side pole and to the drawer itself? Please help. I would like to get this put together myself - I am 63 woman and I think I can do this, though the directions for this part of the table do not coincide with the drawer assembly.
by an anonymous customer 11/9/2010
  • You have to take the slides apart. We did this by trial and error. We finagled with the black rubber piece until it released. We also had to enlarge the predrilled holes on the table part itself to get the screws to fit.
    by graciehound1/12/2013
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  • the rails actually have to come apart before you attach them to the drawer and table. there is a little black clip on either slider than when depressed will allow the sliders to separate and then get attached to the table and drawer... it took me about 20 minutes to figure this out myself. the black plastic tabs are a little unwieldy, but i don't think you have to worry much about them breaking, i just put a little bit of force to them and the sliders came right apart and assembly was easy to complete from there.
    by djbizz1/13/2011
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  • This requires a flat head screw driver & some elbow grease/force. You have to separate the rails - there is a hard to see black plastic "fork" inside. The instructions don't show it but the mechanism allows the two rails to be separated. It is greased, be careful not to hurt yourself. I used a screw driver down the center of the rail (inside the gap of the rail) to push the catch upwards (if not upwards, it was downward, the screw driver must be far in the gap to give a good level to trip the catch open. The rails will then separate - do not attach the two rail halves until the drawer is screwed together or you will have to separate them again. My unit had some give - getting the drawer back on required some force to get the rail & drawer to line up so it moved freely. Once on the unit, you should be able to push the drawer all the way to lock it in place. \Besure the screw heads are tight inside the rail to clear the other rail half or the drawer will stick. Good luck.
    by o29012/10/2010
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  • there is a release on the inside of the slider that allows you to take it apart into two pieces, it looks like a small black lever. Once you get the pieces separated you simply attach one half to the drawer and the other to the desk on both sides. Be careful when you are inserting the drawer into the slides on the table, make sure it goes into both slides at the same time or you will have a hard time taking it back apart.
    by Aaron24395786211/27/2010
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