1930’s Vintage Industrial Clamp Table/Desk/Conference Table
This 1930’s table was originally used to assemble furniture-a turn of the massive handwheel brought thousands of pounds of pressure to bear on the clamp that used to ride on the table top. Now it’s been reborn as a stunning dining room table, one of a kind desk, store display, or conference/gathering table. It’s an extremely rare and hard to find machine, as most of these clamps have been replaced years ago by pneumatic clamping systems. It sits on 8″ cast iron casters, and is 30.5″ tall x 32″ wide x 75″ long, and with the smaller round stools can sit 3 people per side if the two bottom bolts are removed (the photos below with stools in it shows one of the bolts removed).
One unique thing about this piece is that it can be extended in length up to about 16′ long or so-really only limited by availability of the massive bolts that would be required to extend it. Contact us on lead times to discuss this modification.
- industrial design, machine age, store display, vintage industrial, vintage table
- October 10, 2013