Omnirax Force 36 Workstation
The Force Series is an elegant and expansive workstation ideal for audio / video editing, music production, and Communications/Dispatch applications.
Omnirax Force 36 Workstation Details
The Force Series is an elegant and expansive workstation ideal for audio / video editing, music production, and Communications/Dispatch applications. The Force Series is available in a choice of melamine laminate colors, as well as black melamine laminate combined with a choice of high-pressure laminate (HPL) desk and riser surfaces, creating a beautiful environment with a high-end look.
Omnirax Force 36 Workstation Features
- Two 4-space rack bays and two 2-space bays above the desk surface.
- Two 12-space rack bays below.
- Wide monitor shelf for multiple video monitors.
- Plenty of leg-room between bottom cabinets.
- On heavy-duty casters for mobility and easy cabling.
Omnirax Force 36 Workstation Specifications
- Height: 39.5"
- Depth: 40.3"
- Width: 92.7"
- Weight: 377 lbs.
- Rackspace: 36
- Desk Surface Dimensions: 17.8" x 71.2"
- Nearfield Monitor Height: 39.5"
- Desk Surface Height: 26.8"
- Desk Space in front of Bridge: 21"
- Video Monitor Shelf: 31.5" H x 13.5" D x 42.2" W
Omnirax Force 36 Workstation Finish and Included Accessories
- Black Melamine Finish
- Keyboard Shelf
Unless otherwise noted, all Omnirax furniture comes in standard Black Melamine finish. Optional finishes are available so please contact us for your customized quote. See product description for detailed information on what accessories are included with your Omnirax furniture. Some accessories that may be shown in product pictures are optional and will not be included. All Omnirax furniture is built-to-order so expect a 3 week lead time prior to shipping.
What We Think
Omnirax is extremely well built stuff, with an unbelievable fit. For a quality desk look no further, Omnirax can perform custom jobs as well. Just email us or call us for help and weâ??ll find out what you can do.
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I purchased this from Front End about three years ago. One move later and it still looks brand new.
Keeps most everything within arms reach for mixing and mastering (unless of course, it's in another rack), and provides a nice shelf for both nearfield monitors and a pair of LCDs for your DAW.
The one thing that isn't really mentioned in the literature, or the instruction manual (but is very obvious from the schematics and during assembly) is that there is a pair of 8U rails on the back of each side of this desk... perfect place for APC and power filters, etc.