How To make a DIY Electronics Work Bench – Part 1

In this episode, I begin building my own DIY Electronics Workbench by starting with the structure and the work surface. For this project, I use light-weight steel profiles used for drywall plaster board.

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Marshall Smith says:

simple and rugged

Technisubs says:

Looking forward for PT. 2

Big Papi says:

I build my bench with steel poles. Screwed in the base plate to the top, then screwed in each pole. Done.

A Minha Bancada says:

Good job, I liked it, super like for you, I made one too, give me your opinion, hugs

Chris McGowan says:

This vid is great. I’m also looking for a great video of a guy’s electronics workbench that he bought and put together with items here and there. I distinctly remember him using a pair of Northern Tool stools. But I cannot find the video anymore (maybe he deleted it). Anyone know what I’m talking about?

Leonard Butcher says:

Not to sure about the use of that very lightweight steel channel, would have thought that wood would have been stronger, safer and stronger to use?

Romelia Polly says:

You can use woodprix instructions to build it yourself guys.

Carlos Cristóbal López Mora says:

What program do you use to make your designs?

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