Introducing the DokuMount™ Flexible Document Holder For Engineers, Architects and Industrial Designers

Posted on October 3, 2005 by Innovative Office Products, LLC

Innovative Office Products, Inc. (www.lcdarms.com), a designer and manufacturer of ergonomic mounting solutions for LCD monitors and keyboards, has introduced DokuMount(tm), the first product of its kind to help engineers, architects and industrial designers liberate their workspace from oversized blueprints and drawings.

With an intelligent ergonomic design, the DokuMount’s floating radial arm suspends large documents above the desk, freeing up valuable desk space and putting paper documents in the same field of vision as computer monitors.

The product, designed in conjunction with an ergonomist, incorporates a mechanism that grasps and releases up to 15 sheets of paper, without clips. Users can quickly adjust height, position and angle of the Dokumount with just one hand, and conveniently collapse it to 3 inches for workplace flexibility.

“This innovative product was designed for professionals who use large-format printouts,” said Bud Oddsen, president of Innovative Office Products. “Bringing everything into one field of vision allows the user to prevent bending and straining, and the ergonomic benefits will promote maximum comfort and increase productivity.”

The DokuMount is transparent, so it won’t obscure the view of other documents or office items, and comes in 18" x 24" or 22" x 34" sizes. It also can be rotated and used as a book-holder.

It includes an adaptable FLEXmount TM system with six mounting options, including desk clamp, thru-desk and wall mount.

About Innovative Office Products, Inc.

Innovative Office Products, Inc. is an Easton, Pa. manufacturer that designs and builds an industry-leading product line of mounting solutions for computer monitors and keyboards. Founded in 1986, the company produces innovative products and custom-designed solutions that serve the needs of such prominent customers as the New York Stock Exchange, IBM, Lockheed Martin and NASA. Among many design awards received by the company is a silver medal by Business Week magazine’s Best Product Designs of the Year for 2002.

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