A motorised art easel designed for people with limited range of movement that enables a canvas to be moved up and down, left and right and forward and back. The easel also allows a paint tray to be moved in front of the easel and away again. The art easel has a display panel that scans through the range of easel movement options and is operated by a single switch. Attached to a work surface through several clamps. A power supply is required to operate the easel. Can be customised.
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Models / Specifications
Model Dreamfit Motorised Art Easel: Dreamfit Motorised Art Easel
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