2012 Traxx Specification Presentation

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This is a copy of the revised 2012 Traxx specification training presentation. If you have any questions please reach out to alibia.devente@gmail.com

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  • All images are taken from public sources of content provided by Kimball Office. The sources of content include assembly instructions, pricelists and website references.
  • Traxx & TilesStory about this room.
  • Traxx & Tiles Statement of Line, page 310.- Traxx blends well with all systems products. The attachment hardware necessary for a specific panel system can be found in that section of the price list.- Also shown on this page Trim caps, Trim Channels, Vertical Cable Manager, Attachment Bracket Kits.
  • Traxx Overview, page 301. UpperTraxx holds is ideally suited to hang overheads. Lower Traxx is best to support worksurfaces.Traxx is a simple ¾” horizontal rail attached to the wall. Power and Electrical are taken from wall locations. This product integrates with all systems products and select modular desks and storage.Traxx is available in all paint finishes. Blocking is not required for this product. Upper Traxx is not required in every application. Tiles can be adapted to field dimensions. Work Tools are located in the Perks catalog.
  • Traxx Details, page 312.Traxx can be mounted to most interior walls including steel, wood, stud walls, masonry block or solid masonry walls. Custom paint finishes can be done locally by specifying antique white. The antique white finish acts as a primer. All paint finishes are available in Traxx.Traxx can be mounted at any height. Traxx is available in 72” and 144” , it can be cut in the field to the required custom dimension by the installer. Rails are purchased in sets with four splice plates included.Traxx does not have to be used in an upper and lower condition.
  • Splice Plate Details, page 312. There function is to join cut segments. Additional splice plates may be required when you are going around a corner. It is recommended that corners are mitered on the outside. Inside corners are butted. Splice plates provide a stronger connection when joining two cut pieces of Traxx. Minimum distance of Traxx is 16” for connection to studs in the wall. If used with an overhead the minimum dimension is 24”.
  • TraxxFastner Details, page 313. All hardware is provided by the dealer as wall conditions are best determined by the installer.Traxx can not extend more than 6” from the last connection. When hung as a pair the mounting height will vary depending on the corresponding panel system, if used.
  • Traxx Presentation Tools, page 314.- Presentation tools allow conference height tiles to create a more in depth presentation. - Tools can be built up to 3 layers.- Flexboards provide a marker or fabric combination.- Swivel marker/ presentation boards allow use of corner space in a room.- To end a defined space consider using an end trim to finish off the cut edge located on page 324.
  • Traxx fastener Concealment Detail, page 315.Fastener concealment is sold as two finishes vinyl and felt. The 700” roll will accommodate two sets of 144” Traxx. Vinyl is specifically used for instances used with conferencing solutions as felt would bunch when tools are run across. Felt is used primarily in closed/ private office applications. Felt is half the price of vinyl. Customers like to use other products like ribbon to reflect different aesthetics.
  • Traxx Tiles Heights, starts on page 316 & 317. Reference the corresponding tile height to the appropriate panel system. When using tiles with Xsite be sure to include fabric that is railroaded. Tiles can be field scribed. Trim channels can add space of conceal cut edges. Additional channels may be required when creating additional tiles. Conferencing tiles are also used with 80” high panels.
  • Traxx & Tile DetailsTackable acoustical panels are 2 5⁄8" thick. Solid hardboard center septum is covered with two densities of fiberglass and the selected fabric. Most popular tiles are fabric. The least expensive option is to go the distance however they can be specified to match worksurface dimensions. Tiles can be cut in the field to exact dimension. Trim channels act as spacers in filling odd and uneven dimensions.
  • Traxx Slat Tile and Combination Tile Heights, page 320. To reduce cost combination tiles can be specified. The slats are 1” and the grooves are ½”. The grooves are used to plan with work tools. Be sure to specify the correct finish to the selected trim channels. When specifying combination tiles be sure to pay particular attention to the height of the overhead with fabric height.
  • Traxx ApplicationsTraxx is a universal product.It can be used with systems product as well as a stand alone product.Consider the various examples shown here. While traxx are used in specific positions the locations are actually endless.
  • Traxx & Tiles with Cetra. You can attach Cetra panels to Traxx with a starter panel. The back wall does not require panels given the panels are attached to Traxx. The same profile of overheads can be used on Traxx or Cetra panels the difference is the bracket.
  • CetraTraxx Starter Panel, page 70.The advantage in using this panel is to not have any breaks in Traxx while connecting at any point without interruption.This panel is none supporting for components.The panel is 6” and non-powered.- You may want to consider creating a perimeter walls with Cetra panels only placing Traxx on the inside.- Cetra requires the starter panel in order to connect. This will not break your application of Traxx and offers the greatest possibilities for reconfiguration.
  • Traxx & Tiles with Cetra in CAP, page 30.Notice the right side of the drawing the overheads are hanging off the Cetra panels. The left side the overheads are hanging from Traxx. A 6” filler can be placed beside the overhead to conceal the gap in paint and wood. The 6” panel provides no support. In this application you would need brackets on the side of Traxx and Cetra.
  • Traxx & Tiles Trim Cap with Cetra, page 324. Don’t forget using the trim cap when combining Traxx with a panel system of desks and storage application. Consider using the trim cap when mixing Traxx with Cetra. The trim cap is not structural.
  • Traxx with Interworks EQ- The Interworks connection is more clean given the polymer hinge panel connection.
  • Traxx with Interworks EQ- The Interworks connection is more clean given the polymer hinge panel connection.
  • Traxx with Interworks EQ, page 296.- The Interworks connection is more clean given the polymer hinge panel connection.
  • Traxx with Interworks EQ in CAP, page 228. You want to start the Interworks panel from the edge of Traxx based on the full end trim on the left and right. Surfaces will not match the vertical supports if all the runs are not brought off of Traxx. You do not want to mix wall-mounts with the Traxx starter.
  • Panel spacing with Traxx in CAP. Supports should be placed in the front of the surfaces however it would take away from text description which is why the yare omitted. When planning with Traxx & tiles consider the spacing for the panels. The spacing may require the modification of worksurfaces. Is it a “special “ that would be quoted from By Design? Notice the thickness of panels will creep into the worksurfaces.Cetra panel thickness is referenced into the surfaces however the same application would apply for Interworks EQ.
  • TraxxWorksurface Brackets, page 441, 442, 444 & 446. Important: Brackets are specified separately and sold individually. 1 3/16” needs support every 48”. 1 9/16” needs support every 60”. Brackets have an anti-kick-out design that provides secure attachment. A variety of additional supports such as angel brackets and support panels are used from Footprint.- Go over the items used in the example at the bottom and what it would look like specified on the computer.- Surface support panels in wood, laminate or metal should be set 1” from the wll for molding or wires.
  • Storage spacing withTraxx.Brackets can easily be spaced any place along the traxx rails. Spacing is located behind the pedestal to accommodate the worksurface brackets. There are no defined points on the rail for placement of the Traxxworksurface bracket.
  • Traxx Overhead Brackets & Ganging Brackets. Overhead Brackets are on page 326, 507, 508 & 509 (Footprint).- Overhead Ganging Brackets are on page 533 (Footprint).
  • Traxx Square, Radius and Curved Profile Overhead Brackets, page 507 & 509.
  • TraxxFlat and Bevel Profile Overhead Brackets, page 507, & 509(Footprint).
  • Traxx Lunar Profile Overhead Brackets, page 507, & 509 (Footprint).
  • Traxx Overhead Mounting Brackets & Overhead Ganging Brackets, page 508 (Footprint). - Wall standards are available are available on page 508 however why use as Kimball Office offers Traxx.
  • Kimball Office Resources- On kimballoffice.com we offer a comprehensive information regarding products and services by our organization. If you do not know your regional product specifier that introduction can be made for you. A copy of today’s presentation and support materials will be provided after this web conference as follow-up.
  • 2012 Traxx Specification Presentation

    1. 1. We will be starting momentarily.For Audio Please Dial:Conference Call 888.481.3032Passcode 75892620#Press *6 to mute phone on/off Traxx & Tiles System
    2. 2. Attach Traxx to building walls andconvert any space into useful space. Traxx
    3. 3. Traxx will allowyou to maximizewall space andfunctionality.
    4. 4. Traxx Overview
    5. 5. Traxx Details Page 312
    6. 6. Traxx Splice Plate Details Page 312
    7. 7. Traxx Fastner Details Page 313
    8. 8. Traxx Presentation Tools Page 314
    9. 9. Fastner Concealment Detail Page 315
    10. 10. Traxx Tile Heights Page 316
    11. 11. Traxx & Tiles Details
    12. 12. Slat and Combination Tile Height Page 32016” Slat and 21” Fabric 24” Slat and 13” Fabric
    13. 13. Traxx Applications
    14. 14. Traxx & Tiles with Cetra
    15. 15. Cetra Traxx Starter Panel M Mount Traxx Starter
    16. 16. Traxx & Tiles with Cetra in CAP
    17. 17. Traxx & Tiles Trim Cap with Cetra
    18. 18. Traxx with Interworks EQ
    19. 19. Traxx with Interworks EQ
    20. 20. Traxx with Interworks EQ Page 296
    21. 21. Traxx with Interworks EQ in CAP
    22. 22. Panel spacing with Traxx in CAP
    23. 23. Traxx Worksurface Brackets Page 441
    24. 24. Storage spacing with Traxx
    25. 25. Traxx Overhead Mounting & GangingBrackets
    26. 26. Traxx Square, Radius, and CurvedProfile Overhead Brackets Page 507 Page 509
    27. 27. Traxx Flat and Bevel Profile OverheadBrackets Page 507 Page 509
    28. 28. Traxx Lunar Profile OverheadBrackets Page 507 Page 509
    29. 29. Traxx Overhead Mounting Brackets &Overhead Ganging Brackets Page 508
    30. 30. Traxx Storage Cubby Brackets Page 509
    31. 31. Kimball Office Resources Dealer Sales Manager Sales Specialist Customer Care/ By Design 800.482.1818 Product Technical Support 800.481.6696 Regional Product Specifier Alibia de Vente Market Education 770.265.4006 or Alibia.devente@kimball.com
    32. 32. A stand-out singularfurniture source. • Kimball Office provides furnishings for an integrated, seamless flow from private office to collaborative space, reception area to cafeteria • Solutions for multiple workplace applications and industries www.kimballoffice.com
    33. 33. This author of this presentation is Alibia de Vente,as part of the Market Education team of KimballOffice. If you have any questions/ commentsplease email alibia.devente@kimball.com www.kimballoffice.com Traxx & Tiles System

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