Thinking Ergonomix manufactures and supplies specialised furniture components to the commercial market, specialising in height-adjustable desk mechanisms, table base systems, folding table bases and computer monitor arms.
November 21st, 2008
Thinking Ergonomix was the first manufacturer of height-adjustable desks in Australia in the early 1980’s and has consistenty responded to industry and social trends, with an ongoing commitment to quality.
System, task, hospitality and loose furniture.
Major brands include Smooth, Altitude, I.am, Incognito, Stomp, Tablelink, Focus, Figure and Visidec Traveller.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Thinking Ergonomix is dedicated to sustainable design and development, and has an Environmental Management System (EMS) in place to focus on minimising the environmental impact of all product manufacturing and throughout the product life cycle.
Thinking Ergonomix prides itself on researching intelligent product design, managing a ‘can do’ approach and having a strong customer focus to achieve positive results.
The standard lead time for desk frames and table bases is 2 weeks. There is often an additional lead time for tabletops and worktops. Thinking Ergonomix recommends all clients discuss this lead time with the furniture manufacturer of choice.
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