Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
VersaTables, the leader in American-made computer furniture, recently announced a new agreement with Epson to develop and sell a table designed specifically to work with Epson’s new BrightLink® Pro 1410Wi, an easy-to-use instant collaboration device to present, annotate, capture, and share.
“We are very excited about working with Epson,” explains John-Paul Nelson, Director of Business Development at VersaTables. “Epson shares the same vision we do for producing top of the line products, and the table we’re designing for them really highlights the features of tables we already produce and allows us to try some new design concepts as well.”
The new table will be a fully customized at 63"w x 53"d and it will do something Versa’s other tables don’t: it will tilt forward a full 90 degrees. The table will eventually come with a unique clamp that allows the projector to be mounted onto the table. “This is the type of collaborative process we love to be involved in,” Nelson says. “In addition to creating our own designs, we find that coming up with entirely new concepts to help other companies maximize the efficiency and sale of their products is something we’re looking at doing more of.”
VersaTables was approached by Epson because of the company’s long history of manufacturing and selling high quality furniture tough enough to securely support heavy equipment. “We use the best raw materials available,” Nelson explains. “Most of our tables, including the one we’re designing with Epson, is comprised of high-density wood and coated with a scratch-proof laminate. The base will be made of 14 gauge American steel. We’re still deciding which of our patented tilt-adjustment systems will be best for this project. We may modify one we already use, or our engineers may come up with something altogether new.”
“Our relationship with VersaTable exemplifies one of Epson’s main objectives for the BrightLink 1410Wi: collaboration,” said Sean Gunduz, product manager, Corporate Projectors, Epson America. “We looked to VersaTable to create a customized solution our all-in-one meeting room productivity tool due to their ability to create a display that showcases the simplicity and ease-of-use offered through this new solution.”
The partnership with Epson isn’t the first of its kind for VersaTables. The Los Angeles-based company has partnered with several other companies in the past to manufacture customized tables, desks, computer racks, PACS tables, and even podiums and lecterns. “It’s not uncommon for us to work directly with medical providers, schools, event venues, military installments, and technology companies to create furniture pieces that fit a very precise niche,” says Nelson. “There are three reasons companies come to us. Our reputation for creating premium quality products is one; everything we make is guaranteed under a Lifetime warranty. Two, because of our size, we can quickly and cost-effectively create prototypes. And I also think it has to do with the care we take in ensuring that everything we manufacture is made in the U.S.A. using low-consumption, low-byproduct, eco-friendly processes. Now that companies are realizing that can be done just as affordably, there’s no reason to work with companies that are resisting sustainable manufacturing methods.”
VersaTables is a leading furniture company that manufactures all furniture products in the United States, using only American-based raw-material vendors. VersaTables works with organizations such as the Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC), U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturer’s Association (BIFMA) to consistently maintain the highest standards of sustainability. In addition, all of the furniture and accessories VersaTables sells ships for free in the contiguous U.S.
For more information about VersaTables, or to browse through the company’s line of customizable furniture, visit http://www.versatables.com.
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