Workstations

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Workstations

Introduction

Green Cubes specializes in the development and manufacture of subsystems for mobile workstation OEMs, both for industrial and medical applications. These subsystems include in-base power components, swappable batteries, bases, columns (mechanical & electric) and worksurfaces.

The design and manufacturing skills that Green Cubes applies to the design of power subsystems include:

  • Battery design and manufacturing
  • AC/DC Conversion and DC/AC inversion
  • Integrated and standalone battery charging
  • IoT and cloud-based connectivity
  • Machine-to-machine communications (SMBus, CANBus)
  • Thermal management
  • Workstation integration – Retention, vibration, EMI/EMC Industrial Design integration with OEM cart
  • Agency approvals – IEC 62133, UN 38.3, UL 2054, UL 60601

The design and manufacturing skills that Green Cubes applies to the design of workstation subsystems include:

  • Mechanical and industrial design
  • Electrical design
  • Manufacturing engineering
  • Embedded microprocessor and WiFi transceiver design
  • Touchscreen and displays
  • UI/UX design
  • IoT processors with cloud-based applications
  • Motorized lift mechanisms
  • Tool design and fabrication
  • Risk analysis
  • Ergonomics and human factors
  • Packaging design Agency approvals

The manufacturing and fabrication techniques that Green Cubes applies to the production of workstation subsystems include:

  • CNC milling and turning
  • Sheet metal fabrication
  • Aluminum extruding
  • Injection molding
  • Die casting
  • Sand casting

Green Cubes expertise extends across the full range of mobile cart subsystems that an OEM may outsource to a trusted partner. Whether it is a custom power solution for your mobile workstation, or another more structural component of your workstation, Green Cubes can support your next new workstation project. With a proven track record of design and manufacturing excellence, superior quality and on-time delivery, workstation manufacturers rely on Green Cubes to deliver components and subsystems for their mobile workstations.