This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
This is a "corner" type workstation - designed to be placed facing into a
corner with the users back to the room. All units are 26.5 inches high and
the extension tables are 30 inches deep. The workstation extension tables
have an under-table storage shelf. Basically, you have the corner unit,
the "plain" extension table, and the "tilting" extension table (useful for
working from prints or other large paper). Additionally, there is
something called a "workstation" which is neither shown in the picture
that I have, nor described in the text. Prices run from $225 for a 36w x
30d x 26.5h "workstation" (also available in 60w for $304) to $345 for the
66w x 52d x 26.5h corner workstation. A basic setup (corner workstation,
layout table and extension) would run about $900. The flaws with this are
in the area of accessories - no drawer space, and no over work-surface
shelf space (for manuals, not monitors).
None known supplier at this time.