Panorama of the WELD Nashville space showing two installed SuperCubes (extreme left and right sides of the pic). The common area with four WELD Tables is visible in the center.
Inside a new WELD SuperCube office, with the desktop mounted on the back pegboard at standing height plus an iMac shelf to get the display at the correct height
First two pegboard wall panels, a desktop and a wide shelf installed in an office during the final assembly of the WELD SuperCube in Dallas prior to shipment to Nashville.
View through an office window of the pegboard system in the end office. The desktop can be removed from the back wall and placed across the front window, and it can be placed at a sitting or standing height. The back panel of the desktop support hides all the cables and wiring so that you see nothing but a WELD logo when looking in through the glass.
A desktop support and reversible desktop, just assembled at our shop
A view inside the desktop support, showing the storage area for a power strip, power adapters and cables. The cover panels lift out for access to the storage space, and the notches in the panels allow the cables to be routed up onto the desktop. The small slots prevent any cable connectors from falling back into the storage area when unplugged.
The WELD logo in the back panel of the desktop support. Because all power cords and cables are hidden, this is all you see when looking through the glass window when the desktop is mounted behind the window.
A sheet of birch ply with pre-finished maple veneer, being cut on the CNC router
A sheet of birch ply with pre-finished maple veneer on the CNC router. There is just enough scrap wood left over to make some toothpicks and maybe a pinewood derby car.