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109 Mayline/Hamilton




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This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach dwallach@cs.princeton.edu with numerous contributions by others.

109 Mayline/Hamilton

There are two lines of furniture from Mayline/Hamilton:

The Creativity Corner line is similar to the Communicore cad system. The
table height for this system is not listed in my catalog. There is a
corner unit with under table storage and a "reference desk" with under
table storage. The adjustable table seems to be adjustable for height, and
it looks as if the reference desk top can be tilted. The adjustable table
has no under table storage. There are drawer (pencil and storage) and
shelf (hutch) accessories for the reference table and a corner shelf (for
the monitor - yuck) for the corner unit. Costs run from $256 for a 36w x
30d reference desk to $512 for the tilt top adjustable table. Hutches are
about $200, corner shelf $118, two drawer unit $215, keyboard/pencil
drawer $91. A basic setup (Adjustable table, reference table, and corner
unit) would run $1150; with pencil drawer, storage drawer and hutch it
would run $1650.

The CADCorner units from Mayline Hamilton are similar to the creativity
corner units. All units are 29 inches high (too high!!), but they come in
both 30 inch and 36 inch depths. No under table shelf space is provided,
but a two drawer storage unit can be got for $336. Rather than a full
hutch, a bookshelf is available (8h x 12d). A 20 inch wide keyboard drawer
is available (where am I to put my mouse?), as is a two drawer storage
unit. Prices range from $400 for a basic 36w x 30d x 29h desk to $760 for
the 36d corner unit. A setup with the 36d corner unit, a 36w desk, a 60w
desk, a bookshelf, a two drawer storage unit and a keyboard drawer runs
about $2200.

No known supplier at this time.

 

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