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  1. dexterbot80

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    Hello, What do you think about my electronics workshop? what is missing and what could be improved? Thanks
     
  2. narkeleptk

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    Its missing and could use a little clutter. It looks like no one works there.
     
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  3. duke37

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    I didn't see a coil winder or a lump hammer for gentle repairs.
     
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  4. bertus

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  5. dexterbot80

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    I agree with you, I had just finished assembling all the shelves and tables and I hurried to make a film in order to ask the opinion of the most experienced electronics enthusiasts.
     
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  6. dexterbot80

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  7. Martaine2005

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    I think it looks great and you need a white lab coat too.
    Don’t worry, after two or three projects, it will look more realistic. Your favourite psu leads, favourite couple of multimeters, breadboards, wires etc will all be in close proximity of your favourite sitting spot.
    Show us a video in two months!.

    Martin
     
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  8. Bluejets

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    I think most of us could show you how it should look when operational.
    Might scare you though.:eek:
     
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  9. hevans1944

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    I think it looks very nicely stocked and organized. All that is missing is a project.

    What are you planning to DO in your spiffy new electronics workshop? Be sure you have a bench brush and a waste container available to keep things clean and orderly as you work.
     
  10. shrtrnd

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    Maybe an ESD mat to work on (& wrist strap). I can't do much of anything anymore without one of those adjustable lighted magnifiers.
    Got your shop chemicals? Spray can contact cleaner, some Q-tip cotton swaps and the like.
    After you get all this set-up, do you have any money left for things to work on?
     
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