Wire Harness Assembly

Adjust Your Work With Ease

Electric Tilt for Easy Adjustability
for a more ergonomic work environment
increasing productivity.
Space-saving Compact Footprint,
36” d x 72” w. Deck is 36”
d x 72” w, expands to 48” d x
72” w. Supports boards up to
48” d x 96” w
Programmable Switch provides
digital height read-out and preset

Wire Harness Board Workbench

Electric height adjustability and manual tilt mechanisms provide a more ergonomic work environment.

The BOSTONtec wire harness board frame results from a three-year cooperative development project with major wire harness fabricators. The workbench allows the operator to quickly set a wire harness board appropriately and then change position without removing work in process.

Key benefits :
  • Improves operator comfort thanks to electric adjustability
  • Decreases repetitive motion injuries
  • Reduces non-value added motions
  • Increases wiring accuracy
  • Reduces cycle time
Ergonomic Wire Harness Assembly Workstations. Get Yours.

Custom Industrial Workbenches

When is it right for you?

Modular workstations are all-rounders and will adjust to several different workflows. So when should you consider custom solutions?

A custom workstation can be as simple as a small shelf or as elaborate as a multi-station configuration. As you’re planning your ideal workstation, our modular system is a great place to start. Fine-tune your station to ensure higher productivity and employee retention.

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