What your workstation looks like?

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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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1300GT wrote: Sat Dec 18, 2021 11:49 pm Updated picture.
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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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Too clean. :lol:

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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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Very nice
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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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Hi,

here is mine since May of 2020...

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Extension on the other wall since last wednesday

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just need to fullfil empty cases ;)



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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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I have two rc work spaces, an indoor one for clean work..

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..and a garage one for painting sanding cleaning etc.

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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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Watch out! That garage work station looks to have a hornet nest starting!
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Frankentruck wrote: Fri Dec 31, 2021 5:08 pm Watch out! That garage work station looks to have a hornet nest starting!
Close enough :lol:

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Finally got my wheelchair accessible work area pretty much completed. I still have another 8 or so big boxes (and another 7 large toolboxes) of misc to sort through, but at least I've got room to get things done. About 2/3 of the lidded shoebox containers on shelves are individual vehicles torn down to get cleaned/repaired/running. Didn't have the budget to make it pretty, but it's good and functional.

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Lookin' good. I have 5 similar large plastic shelves in the basement packed floor to ceiling with all vintage R/C parts and projects covered in dust I'm never going to get to. :lol:

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After some of the kids moved out, I requisitioned the least desirable room as an indoor work space.

Since the room is in need of a remodel (which I don't intend to do), I had no issues with mounting stuff all over the walls.
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Back wall also has some strange space.
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Got some "desk mods" on the work station.

I was tired of having to go to the shed every time I needed a vise. I looked at several of the smaller "clamp on" types but they all looked like garbage (the reviews confirmed it).

So I went with a Irwin drill press vise and some JLC Products jaw covers. Some nylon spacers and fender washers keep it secure.
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The magnetic tool holder behind my desk was packed tight with different tool, so I decided to move some stuff around.

I made this rack from 1x1" and 1/2x3/4" aluminum angle.
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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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I figured since it was my birthday and my work area was a disaster I would tidy it up so I could work on a few projects while I'm off the next 2 weeks.
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Total and complete clutter cluster clownshow.
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TRX-1-3 wrote: Tue Apr 11, 2023 11:23 am Total and complete clutter cluster clownshow.
LOL!!! :lol:

It is getting close to time for a thorough cleaning. :wink:
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