When cable and space management become a priority, a rack infrastructure becomes a tempting solution. We recently purchased a Kendall Howard Knockdown Rack, this product appealed to us because it could be broken down and moved around. We don’t plan on breaking it down and running around with it, but the fact that it can be taken apart is nice because it makes for cheap (read: free) shipping, as opposed to the $300 + shipping charges for pre-build 4 post racks and cabinets. The assembly of the rack took about 40 minutes, the only problem I had was when it was all tightened and assembled, the rack was slightly out of square. No problem though, I just stood it on its bottom (I had been assembling it on its side) and loosened the corner bolts, let it settle, then re-tightened everything. After that it sat square. A nice product that has quality accessories made by the same company. Here are some pictures from the assembly:
So, this is useless, but this is what happens when you point the lens of a webcam at its output: Infinity!