Workbench Desks

The workbench is the beloved workstation where all the technical magic takes form. Many different workbench styles and designs have morphed and evolved to adapt to different industry needs and offer better support. The design and dimension of the desk are different depending on the intensity of the work, whether you need storage, and need for electrical power to support the operations. We have gathered a consensus of different workbench desks, including some adjustable workbenches you will find at E-Systems Group.

Types of workbench desks

Workbench table

The table is the most straightforward desk because it has an ordinary tabletop for versatile uses. This table style has little to no storage space and may often have just one shelf below the surface. Workbench tables are necessary for many tasks because of the simple design and a flat top to hold many different items.

Workbench desks with a cabinet

The ergonomic assembly desks have a flat top surface and a cabinet with ample storage for many handy tools. Most people appreciate the storage because of the added convenience to store and access their most necessary tools at any time. Typically, these assembly tables have metal structures and surfaces to hold all the different tools while maintaining their integrity.

Portable workbench

These desks are portable and may have different designs and styles to fit through doors and different work environments. Generally, the desk is small and sturdy, with strong legs to support a range of tasks.

Wall-mounted workbench

The wall-mounted workbench is small to fit into small spaces. You can adjust the desk's height to your most comfortable position, so you can work on the surface or hang and access your preferred work tools.

Most important features of the technical assembly desks and tables

  • Height – A standard range of the workbench desk is between 33-36 inches. It is better to get an adjustable workbench from us, so you can move it up and down to match your height or allow better convenience for the work in hand.
  • Width – The workbench surface can be as small as two feet wide or ten feet wide to accommodate different needs. Some people buy more than a tiny desk to compensate for the small width of a smaller workbench.
  • Strength – The secret to any workbench is to choose materials and structures that will accommodate your intended work. All our desks have sturdy and straightforward joinery, as well as screws or systems to offer the most vital foundation possible.
  • Storage – The more extensive storage accommodates more supplies, tools, and fasteners. We can customize your desk to include as much or as little storage as necessary to keep in all the handy tools you need throughout your work.
  • Electrical power – Proper lighting makes the difference in whether you can use the desk to work at night. Other times, you need the light to illuminate small details on your project and ensure safety and productivity.

We have several different types of customized workbench tables with some or all of the above features. Compare our different workbench desks. Call us (800-432-1337) or contact us online to get a custom solution specifically made for your needs.

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Our customers will always receive the following:

  • Experienced engineers, production, and sales teams extending 150+ years of industry knowledge in conceiving, designing, building and selling console solutions
  • Email, calls, or texts will be responded to within 24 hours during normal business operations so that every concern - from the data center manager to the architect; from the operator to the dispatcher - is heard and addressed in a timely manner
  • The most advanced ergonomic technology and every console or rack designed with our users in mind – every cable run, monitor arrangement,  power system, access point and server placement made with utmost placement consideration
  • A durable product that will maintain its structural and design integrity for decades - backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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Meet the Team

At e-Systems Group, we are committed to hiring the best and the brightest to assure our products remain of the highest quality and durability, and are delivered on-time, every time.

Andrew Bromley

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Andrew Bromley joined the parent company, EDP Holdings, LLC in March of 2019 as its Procurement Manager.  As a procurement professional, Andrew quickly established vendor relationships, coordinating logistics as well as inventory control and management.  Andrew was then promoted to General Manager of e-Systems Group in September of 2019, adding to his procurement duties, the responsibilities of operational management, strategic planning, and direction of the engineering department.

As General Manager of e-Systems Group, Andrew oversees the day to day operations, sales, business strategy, and new product development.  All ESG departments report directly to Andrew as he assures successful achievement of manufacturing objectives.

Andrew has over 30 years of experience in purchasing and materials management in multiple manufacturing facilities. In addition, Andrew has a solid background in direct supervision and guidance to up to 50 employees in a production environment, led corporate initiatives in developing a safe work place, and having developed efficient procurement processes and managing projects directly related to process improvements.

Andrew has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds a 6Sigma Green Belt.  He enjoys being a part of the manufacturing environment and is eager to build a supportive team at ESG centered around the Company’s Core Values and the needs of Customer first.

Kathy Pandich

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As the Business Development Manager for e-Systems Group, Kathy specializes in working with end users, dealer partners and the A & D/A & E communities when encountering technologically complex environments to assist in the specification and delivery of robust solutions.  With prior experience within the financial, pharmaceutical, non-profit, and furniture industries, her knowledge base is an asset.

Her experience includes 25 years of sales, consulting and project management.

Linda Hoak

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Linda has been the Controller for Engineered Data Products Holdings LLC since November 2016. She has over 25 years of financial management experience with small and mid-size organizations.
Her industry knowledge spans database storage solutions, electrical distribution, motor repair shops, solar product development, ambulatory surgical centers, non-profits, restaurant franchises, CPA firms, and government organizations.

Linda is a graduate of Augustana College with majors in Accounting and Business Administration to include a Computer Science Sequence (equivalent to a minor).  She holds an active CPA License in Illinois along with inactive licenses in Colorado and North Carolina

Chris Klemmetsen

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Chris has been the IT Manager of Engineered Data Products Holdings LLC since April of 1990.  Her knowledge is invaluable in planning and developing policies and procedures for carrying out the computer operations of four unique divisions, including the support of e-Systems Group.  Chris evaluates current and future software and hardware needs, recommends enhancements and changes to system processes, and serves as project leader on major installations and upgrades. Chris meets with users to determine quality and service issues and is the go-to person for statistical analysis and reporting. Congratulations to Chris on her 30 years with EDPH!