Built a portable soldering workspace. I don't do a whole lot, so dedicating one of my workbenches doesn't make sense. This tray can be put aside when not in use. Base is 3/4" melamine, the edges are pine. The edges are 1/4" higher than the surface, preventing parts from falling off. The soldering iron holder and Panavise are screwed down to the base. The wood was all leftovers from previous projects.
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- Jul 8, 2013
- I'm a big fan of recycled HDPE containers. Mostly used milk jugs. Cut in half they nest together nicely.Jul 9, 2013
- my main maker thing these days is excuses. I can't find the whatsit.
I need a nap.Jul 9, 2013
- In order to find things I find labeling helps.Jul 9, 2013
- from your photos I suspect you have a huge stash of old popular science magazines
science & mechanics & ...Jul 10, 2013
- I don't. But I do have an extensive do it yourself library. I've an older picture of it, let me see if I can find it. Here is one picture, you can see about half of the shelves in it:
I keep my electronics books on other bookshelves in the house.
Again, a bit dated. there are more books now.
I made those shelves.
http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/2033/shelfy.jpgJul 10, 2013