Hertz Furniture's selection of art tables includes both portable and stationary models. Our CAD drawing tables include convenient computer-friendly features that enable artists to utilize technology. Appropriate tables help artists and professionals focus on their work to improve the quality and quantity of output.
What size art table should I get?
When choosing a drafting table, there are a number of factors that should be considered. Besides thinking about whether a stationary or portable model is preferable, the main consideration should be size. Firstly, you want to make sure that you can fit as many art tables as you need in the space you have allotted. The right number might depend on how many students you have in your largest drawing class or how many of your employees need sketching space at any given time.
Size is not solely a function of space-arrangement and personnel. The appropriate surface size for an art table will depend on the size of paper that will be used. The workspace should be larger than the anticipated paper size so that even the edges can be utilized. A larger surface can also provide space for reference materials in addition to the drawing paper.
What kind of drawing table is best?
Drawing tables come in a choice of materials. We have wooden tables as well as tables that are constructed with steel frames and high-pressure laminate tops. For easy and comfortable working, many of our tables feature surfaces with an adjustable angle. This enables the artist to set the tilt in the position which is most appropriate for sketching.
Diversified Woodcrafts drafting tables have the natural appeal of solid wood legs with the functional convenience of adjustable-angle surfaces. Some art drafting tables feature a full-surface tilt, while others have adjustable tilt on only part of the surface. The partial tilt is convenient because it enables the artist or architect to place reference materials, pencils and other necessary items on a flat surface where they won't interfere with the sketching process but are still close at hand.
Which tables are best for CAD drawing?
If your engineering firm or technical school is utilizing or teaching computer-aided design, our CAD drawing tables will make an excellent addition to your work space or studio. These user-friendly drafting tables feature great technological features that support your computer for easy-viewing. They include a CPU tray, monitor arm, keyboard tray and cable manager, so you can easily hook up a desktop without losing any space on the work surface.
How can I make my art room wheelchair accessible?
For a design that is a bit more flexible, try Mayline drafting tables. These adjustable-angle tables offer the same custom tilt angle as stationary drafting tables, with the added convenience of easy transport. They fold for easy storage and are the ideal choice for an institution that wants to provide equal comfort for all employees and students, as they are ADA compliant.
While an adjustable angle is quite helpful for drawing comfortably and accurately, it is not the only feature that can enhance an artist's experience. Some of our art drafting tables feature the added bonus of built-in drawers. Rather than rummaging around to find all necessary supplies at the beginning of each day or project, drawers provide an easy-to-reach space for pencils, charcoals, erasers and other necessary supplies.
Wood drafting tables with user-friendly features can greatly impact the experience of an artist, no matter what their skill level is. Hertz Furniture's adjustable drafting tables and art tables come in a selection of sizes and styles, so you can choose the option that best suits your space and purposes. Contact the Hertz Design Center to start planning out your ideal workspace and finding the perfect drawing tables to fill it with.
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Drawing Table 1-Piece Top Small Drawer (37"H)
CAD Drawing Table w/Storage Drawers
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top (30")
CAD Drafting Table
Drawing Table 1-Piece Top (30")
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top Small Drawer (37")
CAD Drawing Table
Drawing Table 1-Piece Top Large Drawer (37")
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top Large Drawer (37")
Drawing Table 1-Piece Top (37")
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top Small Drawer (30")
Drawing Table 1-Piece Top Large Drawer (30")
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top Large Drawer (30")
Drawing Table 2-Piece Top (37")
Drawing Table 1-Piece Top Small Drawer (30"H)
Flat Panel Arm
Stationary Monitor arm
Science lab furniture requires extra durability. When students are working with tough materials, you need to ensure that an accidental spill won't ruin your lab tables or workstations. With specially-designed products from Diversified Wood Crafts, students can enjoy the full range of educational experiments without fear of damage to equipment.
To start with, students need an appropriate work surface in order to take notes, record data, and arrange experiments. Lab tables are specially designed to be functional during both frontal instruction and experiments. Diversified Woodcrafts offers three different kinds of tabletops, so you can choose the material that will support mediums your students will be working with. From basic High-Pressure Laminate to more durable ChemGuard, and finally ultra-tough Solid Epoxy Resin, you can find the ideal material for your work environment.
In addition to the work surface material of your science lab tables, you also need to choose the ideal configuration. While the two-student lab table provides maximum flexibility in terms of arrangement, lab workstations are another viable option. Workstations come in both two- and four-student models so you can maximize classroom space and enable students to work in larger groups. However, if your science classroom hosts a lot of frontal lessons, forward-facing workstations are ideal because no teacher wants to speak to students' backs.
Lab stations also have the additional benefit of a built-in lab sink. With water and gas fixtures readily-available to each small group of students, it is easier to conduct experiments independently and efficiently. Ultimately, the right choice between laboratory tables and lab workstations will depend on what they are being used for and what a school's science furniture budget is.
For those who opt out of the workstation option, it is still necessary to furnish the experiment space with lab sinks. Rather than having them as part of student workspaces, you can simply install a few laboratory sinks around the science classroom. Like work surfaces, lab sinks should be extra durable so they won't get damaged by chemicals and other harsh substances.
If your school doesn't have a designated science lab, or your instructors want a way to transport experiments without lifting sensitive materials, mobile labs can really come in handy. These freestanding units roll into position on large casters and can be locked into place for secure standing. With mobile labs any study space can be instantly transformed into a functional hands-on science classroom.
In addition to the basic must-haves, you might want to consider some extra science lab furniture from Diversified Woodcrafts. It is always good to have some storage space in the lab so you can keep microscopes, pipettes, petri dishes and other experiment materials close at hand. We have wall-mounted and freestanding cabinets with either opaque or glass doors. There are also special microscope storage cabinets which protect your valuable equipment.
Hertz Furniture brings you top of the line science furniture from Diversified Woodcrafts. This functional lab furniture comes with a complimentary Limited Lifetime Warranty which guarantees you many years of worry-free use. Figuring out the ideal arrangement for a science lab can be quite complicated, that's why the Hertz Design Center is here to help you with free design and project-planning advice. With excellent science furniture, you can start to inspire the doctors, engineers and scientists of tomorrow.