I had a client upgrade their Crank desk to a larger Bronx table, so we took this in trade. It’s unique, being that the top tilts, which makes it great for drawing. The 60″ x 32″ cherry top has metal trim and a pop-up paper stop to hold your work in place while tilted. And it has locking casters on the bottom. Priced at $7000 and it won’t last long.
vintage industrial crank table
Our latest crank table is finished! It features two massive 5 ton screw mechanisms that support and adjust the top height (30″ to 45″), as well as two 12″ cast iron crank handles. Turn either crank handle to raise or lower the top. The base has 200+ rivets and bolts and is made from extra heavy duty gauge steel. It has an aged red finish, and a solid cherry wood top with metal trim. If youâ€™re looking for a unique vintage industrial inspired table that will blow you and your guests away, well maybe this one is for you. Built to last 100+ years.
84″ x 40″ x 1.5″ solid aged cherry top with metal trim and bolted corners
Aged red paint reminiscent of an old bridge
500 lbs weight (estimated)
15″ of adjustable height
As always, this piece can be customized to suit your needs, with different tops, as a desk with drawers, different heights, colors, etc. We have an 8-14 week lead time if you order custom! Free local pickup if you are in the Phoenix area. We accept most credit cards over the phone. Call us if you have questions –> 602-322-1111
Below are some examples of other colors we can do like aged orange and yellow!
Most of the Industrial style furniture you find on the internet and in stores is made in Asia, mainly India and China. Often the quality is not so good. And the designs are often copies of somebody else’s work (like mine). So if you are thinking of buying elsewhere, I suggest you ask the shop owner where the piece was made. We’ve been doing this since 2009 and have such notable clients such as: MGM, Doubletree, Hyatt, The Four Seasons, and many more commercial establishments.
We’ve been working on this new crank table design for a few weeks now. There was a lot of rivet work and details to build and I’m quite happy with the progess. It started as me needing a new desk for myself. I’ve been wanting to make a new more elegant Crank Table, so after designing on paper, we started building. I chose to use two massive 5 ton screw mechanisms to support the top. On each side we’ll have 12″ cast iron wheels to adjust the height which will go from 30″ to 45″. The base is 7′ long, and the top which we’ll be making next, will be 7′ x 40″ and most likely aged cherry wood with metal trim and bolted corners. The base was built from extra heavy-gauge steel, and adorned with rivets and bolts (at least 200). We had thoughts of going yellow or orange, but went with an aged red finish. Once this piece is completed, I’ll have some pictures to show, as well as specs and pricing. Hope this is next week!
This base will work perfect for a desk, dining or conference table.