Happy Halloween 2021 from Xybix! Share Your Costume Selfie for a Free Gift

Posted by Ken Carson on Oct 19, 2021 7:37:07 AM


"Go out there and enjoy.” That’s the gov’t guidance on trick-or-treating this Halloween. And given that it’s a Sunday night after a year of pent-up demand, we may see more kiddos out than normal. To get in the spirit early, share your photos and inspire others. We’re looking for creative office décor, costumes, face coverings and mask selfies.

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Topics: About Xybix, Fun & Morale, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

Answers to Radiologists Top 10 Questions about Imaging Desks

Posted by Ken Carson on Jul 26, 2021 7:49:32 AM

We didn’t design our imaging desks in a vacuum here at Xybix. We visited reading rooms, checked out the equipment and talked to radiologists to learn about must-have, nice-to-have and simply delightful features. Then we designed those features into our imaging desks while providing a few cool touches of our own. Did we cover all the bases? We think so, and we tell you all about it in a series of 1-minute videos that provide answers to common questions.

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Design, Healthcare, Brief Overview, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

Happy Halloween from Xybix! Share Your Mask Selfie for a Free Gift

Posted by Ken Carson on Oct 26, 2020 1:21:17 PM

 

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Topics: About Xybix, Fun & Morale, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

Monitor Arms vs. Monitor Arrays: Introducing Rollervision (NEW VIDEO)

Posted by David Carson on Jun 5, 2020 7:09:49 PM

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Monitor arms may seem like a good idea at first, but generally they require the user(s) to make a viewing adjustment for each individual monitor. This is a significant problem that compromises the potential for proper ergonomic benefits.

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Topics: Ergonomics, Features, Detailed Overview, Dispatch, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

How Important Is the Lift Capacity of a Dispatch or Command Center Console? (NEW VIDEO)

Posted by Ken Carson on Jun 4, 2020 9:36:32 AM

WeightCapacity.jpgWhen you're shopping for a new dispatch or command center console, you want to get something that will hold up to the abuse of a 911 dispatch center. Let’s face it; 24/7 use is tough on any equipment. The actual furniture itself takes even more abuse with the constant physical contact.

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Topics: Ergonomics, Accessories, Features, Dispatch, Xybix vs. Competitors, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

Casters vs. Glides on Imaging Desks (NEW VIDEO)

Posted by Mike Graham on May 18, 2020 2:10:47 PM

CastervsGliderMany facilities will request casters on imaging desks so that they can easily access the equipment or move a desk for cleaning purposes. Let’s be realistic; if the imaging desk is designed for easy access to the LCD monitors and CPUs, and it has a good cable management system, there is really no need to move the desk away from the wall. To emphasize my point, how many times have you actually seen the desks moved away from the wall? As far as cleaning goes, how often do the facility staff members move the desks away from the wall to clean? The answer is the same for both questions: rarely.

 

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Topics: Features, Healthcare, Brief Overview, Xybix vs. Competitors, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

The Core Truth: Let’s Talk About Panel Systems (NEW VIDEO)

Posted by Doug Herman on May 12, 2020 3:23:01 PM

 

 

Panel Systems that Make Sense

When customers purchase console furniture, it often includes a discussion about panel systems. If you speak with a variety of vendors, you will certainly get a variety of panel solutions as well. I’ll share with you what is needed from panel systems (or “core systems”) so that you end up with the most efficient option.

Does Panel Size Matter?

Some manufacturers propose that the wider the core is, the more advantageous it will be, as you will be able to fit more cabling or computers within the core. That may be true. The benefit hinges on how you’re running power and data to your workstation and what access you need to those data lines or the computers.

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Topics: Features, Detailed Overview, Pre-Planning, Xybix vs. Competitors, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

Ergonomics & Your Health: Preventative Best Practices You Can Start Today (NEW VIDEO)

Posted by Doug Herman on May 11, 2020 11:30:51 AM

 

If I said, “Your employees need an ergonomically correct workplace," you may bristle. But if I said, "Your employees will be more comfortable and more productive, and they’ll likely complain less,” I’ll bet your ears just perked up.

Ergonomics is the critical component here. Not only is does it provide a workplace standard, but it also sends a message to your team that you care.

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Features, Brief Overview, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

What is the cost of an Imaging Desk?

Posted by Ken Carson on Mar 6, 2020 3:16:33 PM

 

 

Your top 3 price questions, answered

Most radiologists know the advantages of doing their work at a high-quality, height-adjustable workstation. The best radiology furniture not only delivers optimum comfort for doctors during long hours; it supports an ideal workflow and enables greater collaboration among the team.

So, what does a new radiology desk cost? We’ll cut straight to the chase here, followed by key considerations to help you maximize the furniture investment you make for the long term. 

(Fall 2020 Update: Watch this short video to learn more)

 

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Topics: Healthcare, Pricing, Detailed Overview, Xybix vs. Competitors, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery

How Much Does a Command & Control Room Console Cost?

Posted by Megan Yartz on Mar 6, 2020 2:45:17 PM

 

Your top 3 pricing questions, answered

The network operation center (NOC) has long been the central nervous system for mission-critical industries including transportation, utilities and casinos. But there’s a new urgency for agencies and businesses to procure state-of-the-art control room furniture.

With rising threats to our key infrastructures—and new technologies emerging in AI and IoT to meet growing demands—the control room operator’s job has never been so critical, nor complex. The control room operators of today need the right tools and access, along with state-of-the-art ergonomic design to increase comfort and minimize workplace injuries.

So what’s all this gonna cost, you ask? Some will say, “It’s not about the price, it’s about the return on investment.”

FALL 2020 UPDATE: Watch this short video to learn more 

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Topics: Pricing, Utilities, Transportation, & Casinos, Command Centers, Pre-Planning, Xybix vs. Competitors, Featuring a Video or Photo Gallery