ergonomic workflows at PLV
„Tunerbell“ is the name that constructor Martin Daschütz gave to the PLV Tuningstation. It is inspired by the Shellopan tuningstation, which is not only solid and stable but also nicely rotatable.
The station was later pimped by Martin Grabner, e.g. a very useful wheel was added: for fixating a position.
Btw. my experience shows that standing position has been a very good option speaking in terms of ergonomy and flexibility. (If you are interested you can read a bit also about my experience tuning without tuning ring in the prototypesection of this site).
weight: ca. 120kg
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