Work Station

Published on November 4th, 2007 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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all in one mobile workstation





harald, a graphic designer and photographer based in regensburg, germany pimps the mikael desk into an all-in-one movable workstation.

he writes, “fully equipped with dual-core, dual-monitor, sound system, triple internal lighting and a lot of cables it is an all-in-one workstation. the front is covered with transparent plastic plates, designed in half MacOS 10.5-style and enterprise console-style.

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there is a stand for the subwoofer on the inside, quickly made, because nobody can usually see it. i tried not to destroy the substance of the table, but had to drill a hole in the middle, to make a cable channel. the hole is covered by the displays and the front cover.

subwoofercable channelmovable computer desktwo small wheels are attached to the front bottom, so that it can be moved around easily despite the heavy computer and monitors. only one main cable is connected and can be seen from the front of the work station.”

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7 Responses to all in one mobile workstation

  1. Wow, love the side-mount castors. Wish they would be available here in the UK. Anyone know if they are?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry, but i had to comment. This is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Cool idea. What kinda of desk chair is that? I want one.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Just wondering about the castors/wheels. How “strong” are they connected to the desk? I thought the desk was made of fiberboard/paperboard/hollow core. Just seems like screwing something into that veneer stuff wouldn’t be a very sturdy connection. But then again, it doesn’t look like the wheels have ripped off yet.

  5. Phobea says:

    Yeah gotta be honest that looks really cluttered and ugly to me.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Where can I get that computer mount?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Maybe a good time to buy a Mac?

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