Discussion in 'DIY' started by spinroch, Jan 10, 2018.
Show us where you work your magic!
Can I bring my turntable over? Like tonight?
I wish I had electronics expertise. On a side note, what are those things called that have several roach clips on adjustable arms and are used to hold pieces for soldering, etc.?
Shop looks great!
Thanks! Look for “Helping Hands”
I think I’m going to enjoy this thread!
AND a sand blaster under your bench!
I think I need a bigger boat.
Such as it is...
So Humble, Rich P!
Berry nice Shop!
Yup, after seeing other's spaces, I need a bigger room. some of my test equipment is under my bench, ect. I have a 80's Technics BPC integrated on the bench now.
Nice Cat Scan machine, Lavane.
That's part of a triboelectric generator.
Of Course! The Triboelectric factor. Why didn’t I think of that?
I cannot post for I fought the mess, and the mess won.
The Bobby Fuller Four would approve
Nice Paul,,, especially like the polishing rag on the boxes!!!! mine is all black...
We won't judge!
I've had the flu for over a week, and a kidney stone prior to that, so I haven't been down to the lab in several weeks. Here's what neglect looks like. The left end of the bench is component measurement. Note the giant stack of plastic boxes from sliced cold cuts. I use one of those to contain every project. Right end is where I work. The scopes and curve tracer are behind a Scott CD player I can't fix, just like most every other CD player I own. The parts on the wall are, well, parts on the wall. The little roll-around is the lab sound system, Marantz CD, Yamaha T-85 tuner and a couple Crown amps. The back corner is where the resistance boxes, spare meters and Kelvin-Varley dividers live. I think there's a place to stand, but not for more than one.
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