Closeout Maple Original Sytle-JURA Stone Setters Workbench
We have 2 of these original Jura Stone Setters Workbenches in stock that we are closing out. The current version being sold is slightly larger than these benches so to accept all of the Jura tool holding systems. These original benches did not have enough interior room on the sides surrounding the work area to fit all the Jura tool holding systems. That is the main difference between the original units here and the current versions. The other difference is the current jura workbench we make have 3 drawers on the bottom left hand side instead of the open cubbies on these originals.
While you can still fit most of the Jura tool holding systems in these original benches, you cannot fit them all.
57"W by 26-1/2"D by 40"H
1-1/2" Thick Adjustable Black Formica Top
Made in California USA
The Jura Otto Frei Stone Setters Workbench is designed by jura, the world famous stone setter from the Netherlands. This bench is designed for microstonesetting applications with a microscope and will accommodate the jura microscope stand and GRS Glendo engraving systems.
The jura Otto Frei custom stone setters workbenches 1-1/2" thick black Formica covered bench top to provide an excellent background for locating loose diamonds. The top can be set at 3 different floor to table-top heights from 30" to 33". The jura bench has 6 open back cubby holes that are also adjustable for height (photo shows the standard configuration that jura uses for the cubbies to hold his equipment). The backs are open to allow for simple connections for the equipment as cords and air hoses simply drape out the back.
The jura bench is made to fit the necessary equipment that jura uses for microstonesetting. The bench back behind the black Formica working bench top has room to mount the jura microscope stand while the high top has space to accommodate the jura tool holder board.
Made to jura's design in the USA, Otto Frei use solid real wood for the legs, top trim, bottom trim and face frames. Door side and back panels are made of cabinetmaker quality oak or maple-veneered plywood and looks as good from the back as it does from the front. All of this put together by professional cabinetmakers. The end result is a workbench that stands apart from all others, a beautiful, solid and sturdy workbench that can take whatever the toughest jeweler can dish out.