Electronics workbench, a.k.a. dinner table (it's a good thing I'm not married) :
The fire extinguisher impresses, and worries, me. What appears to be a test-tag on it reinforces that impression.
Wow. You have 2 chairs. Who is the second one for then? You have a helper?
O wait. For more tools off course.
In a way I wish I had someone nagging me to get my stuff off the kitchen table, because I'd like to build a second workbench in the garage for the electronics stuff, but it's hard to get around to doing that when you've got this nice flat surface in the house... :) But it'd be nice to have somewhere to sit down and have dinner PLUS a nice workbench for soldering, hehe. It would also be nice not to have to go from one end of the house to the other one when I want to switch between soldering and milling.
Man, I wish I had the space you guys have.
This is where Edward was created. In case you're wondering where the computer is: I do the computer stuff on my laptop on the couch.
Well, I can't get pics of what will be my mechanical workshop, as it is a few miles from me and I don't feel like going on another bike ride. However, for now here is my software side (programming, browsing lmr etc)
And here is my faithful assistant Samson -
I only have an old photo of my workbench, taken before I moved things around quite a bit. Here's the link:
About a year ago, I got news desks from Ikea and moved the Linux system out of the way of the soldering area. Photo during the move:
There's another bench in the garage for the grubbier stuff, with a small lathe.
There you go!