Not, "What's On your workbench", But, "What Is your workbench"

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lmgill

Sr Member
I recently looked through some photos of my company work spaces over the last 35 years, and a few years ago made a workshop for myself at home.
I saw a post on "what's on your workbench", of masterjedi322's workbench and I thought it would be nice to see people's work spaces and shops. (I think there may have been an old thread on this, but I couldn't find it.) (This gives you an excuse to clean your shop and take pictures)

So, here is my home shop:
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Post your shop.....
 

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Shyaporn

Active Member
I live in NYC, so it's often the floor, desk, kitchen or coffee table. Sometimes it's a cardboard box set up next to a box fan in the window!
 

masterjedi322

Sr Member
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Ah, perfect timing! :)


And here is the workbench after I got all my tools up on the pegboard.

Sean

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Darth Lars

Master Member
I live in a small apartment, so .. my "workbench" is a rickety old kitchen table set up in my bedroom. It is extendable for when I need more space. Sanding, painting, surface-treatment, weathering and casting gets done in the bathroom.
As a rule, projects don't get to invade any other living space.
 

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swgeek

Sr Member
Unfortunately when I moved at the beginning of the year, I went from a two car garage with power, to a tiny one car garage without power. So now this is my work bench...

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Also, I do work in a F/X shop but it's hard to work on personal projects at work.
 

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