Post a pic of your Electronics Bench

Discussion in 'DIY' started by spinroch, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Ray Gianelli

    Ray Gianelli AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I've never been one to sit at the bench; I do enough sitting at the computer, driving etc.

    I will sit if I have to do a lot of soldering/desoldering, for instance if changing out all the outputs in an amp.
     
  2. from lotus

    from lotus New Member

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    the only way i can analysis is my speaker
     
  3. EngineerNate

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    My wife is a patient woman.
     
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  4. MBuras

    MBuras Restoration is an Addiction Subscriber

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    My old bench was designed with a stool in mind, but I found myself standing more often than not. Seems like it’s just easier for me and maybe others as well. :D
     
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  5. CoogarXR

    CoogarXR Super Member

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    I have a shop stool that I might sit on if I have a lot of intricate board work to do. But generally yes, probably 85% of the time I stand. Only my test equipment and soldering stuff is within reach anyway. All of my parts and tools are kinda spread out. So if I sit down, I just have to keep getting up, lol.

    I designed the bench to be used most comfortably in the standing position.
     
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  6. Martin.M

    Martin.M Collecting Tek

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    This are the winners in the cathegory room heating.

    Gold: a Tektronix 517 can eat 1,3kW :)
    Silver: a Tektronix 555 "Triple Nickel" needs 1kW
    Bronce: various: Tek551 Dual Beam, also Tek556 Dual Beam, want to have 850 Watts

    happy glowing.
    Martin

    Tek555, plugged with 2x CA it runs 117 tubes
    A pair of them is very compatible to an electric furnace.

    555-3.jpg
     
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