The last post Practical Electronics: Resurrecting My Electronics Workbench, Part 1 dealt with picking a location for your bench.
I also showed you the “before” version of the bench, went over a quick (and cheap) computer upgrade for running simulations and programming, and did some “house cleaning.” Finally, I laid out some of the plan for the newly remodeled workspace.
The first post was more about planning, but this one is where the action is. This is where you’ll see the “after” version of the workbench.
I’m going to wrap up redesigning my electronics workbench and show you the finished (for now) product. And yes, I’ve added a lot more pictures to document the steps I took along the way.
You’ll also see a silly mistake I made.
If you haven’t read part 1, please read that first as it may help you understand some of my decisions and gives a bit of background on why I’m doing this.
Even if you’ve had an electronics workspace set up for a while now, I urge you to read the relatively short post as you may get some ideas for your own bench.
Let’s dive in.