Putting Together an IAC Dimension 4 Workbench

Introduction: Putting Together an IAC Dimension 4 Workbench

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We'll need the following tools to assemble an IAC Dimension 4 Workstation:

- a rubber mallet
- an 8"-long Philips screwdriver
- a tape measure
- and two wrenches: sizes 7/16" and 1/2"

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Step 1: Attach Side Brackets to Uprights

Place the uprights on the floor to attach the side-support brackets. Brackets should be 1.25" below the desired working height. Hand-tighten these screws, for now.

Step 2: Assemble Accessory Brackets

Pre-assemble the screws into the accessory brackets. Do not tighten these yet. Place the accessory brackets on the uprights, making sure that the brackets are at the same height on each upright, and then tighten.

Step 3: Add Back Panel

Put the two uprights together with the back panel, but do not tighten the back panel until the side brackets are at the same height.

Step 4: Attach the Work Surface

Place the worksurface on the side brackets and check to make sure that the worksurface is in contact with both side brackets and the back panel. Tighten all screws on the worksurface.

Step 5: Add Accessories

When the surface is secured, lift the workstation upright and attach any accessories, such as a light fixture or tool trolley. If the unit has a footrest, attach it and adjust the height for the operator who will be using it.

Step 6: Add the Electrical Channel

When adding the electric channel, consider whether any electrical devices will need to be plugged in above or below the worksurface.

Step 7: Tighten All Screws

Make sure all the screws are tightened. If you will not use be using the workstation immediately, be sure to cover it to prevent any damage.

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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry you feel that way, jds1969. I never suggested anyone buy this, I was just trying to give a simple step-by-step on how to put one of these workbenches together for people who own one or are considering getting one. We have one in our warehouse and thought it might be helpful to show one being put together. I tried to give many photos of each step to make it easy to understand. These are large, heavy workbenches with many options and it's not always obvious how it all comes together. What could I have done to make it seem less spammy to you?


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    i agree with jds1969 -----2 strutibles the same tend to prove the contention