Doepfer keyboard integration desks

Doepfer keyboard integration desks
Doepfer keyboard integration desks
Doepfer keybard integrated desk
Doepfer keybard integrated desk
Doepfer keybard integrated desk
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Doepfer keyboard integration desks
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Description

 

Doepfer keyboard integration desks, we can integrate your LMK+ keyboard (without a case) into one of our reclaimed wood desks – effectively building a desk around the keyboard.

Combine this with some of the features of our custom desks such as 19″ racking (either on or under the desktop), cupboards, drawers etc to create a seamless workstation desk.

All desks are made from kiln dried reclaimed timber.

Get in contact to discuss your requirements. Some of the desks pictured have been stained a darker color during the oiling process.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

All our Doepfer desks are shipped unassembled for transportation and easy installation (unless requested otherwise).  Typically all you will need to re-assemble is an adjustable spanner and sometimes a screwdriver.

We build these in such a way that the keyboard can be removed if needed.

Get in touch via the contact form, or give me a call on 07789 381989 to discuss.  As these handmade computer desks are built to order I would typically draw something up in Sketchup before starting work to make sure we are both happy with the design.

Generally a man with a van.  There are a couple of different companies that I use, when ordering send me your postcode and I can get some quotes.  Alternatively you are welcome to collect or send someone, I’m based just south of Bristol.  Given the delicate nature of the doepfer desks, many people choose to collect themselves.

Send me an email via the contact or order pages.  If you haven’t heard back in a couple of days please call/ message me on 07789 381989 as sometimes emails get stuck in my over active spam filter.

Generally no, I use Danish oil to finish the desks which is hard wearing, safe and can cope with coffee cups etc.  If you knocked or dented your desk you could give the affected area a rub down with some sand paper and touch it up with Danish oil.  Given the fact that these desks are made from reclaimed wood you might decide that any extra dents are just adding to the character!

For non-studio furniture including dining tables, benches, garden furniture etc, visit Chunky Reclaimed Furniture