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Rolling Metal Table Legs for Ergonomic Desks

Posted by Gary Lederman on

One easy way to both save space and create an ergonomically sound working environment in your home or office is with mobile metal table legs with casters for desks and workstations. Mobile table and desk legs are available in a slew of styles and finishes, running the gamut between simple straight legs with wheels to full-blown motorized table bases with casters. Whichever design you choose, the important thing is to select rolling metal table legs with casters that will work well for you in your application.

If you’re like most people, you’ve never even considered the advantages of making your next table or desk project a mobile one. When selecting a metal table base or legs for your space, it is important to consider exactly what you’ll be using it for. Here are just a few specific uses for rolling table legs or bases that either we’ve implemented at the office, or our customers have used in the past:

• Counter-height rolling pedestal base for kitchen prep and party table
• Rolling table legs for a photographer’s workshop
• H-legs with casters for a garage woodworking shop
• Rolling desk legs for reception/sign-in area at dentist’s office
• Bar-height rolling legs for a lectern in a university lecture hall

Regardless of the application, there is a good chance that you could benefit in some way by having wheels on your table legs or desk base. Mobile tables and desks create a modular workspace where one desk can replace many, thus savings time, money, and space. Also, if you have existing wooden desks or furniture, you can make them mobile by adding decorative office furniture casters to the bottom of the existing cabinet or table legs. This way, you can create a mobile office or workplace using new or existing furniture.

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