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New Project: Turning Scrap Wood into a Really Useful Workbench

For Father's Day I got a pocketing jig, which allows me to make quick joins in most types of wood. So I decided to put together the perfect electronics workbench from some left over timber.

New Project: Turning Scrap Wood into a Really Useful Workbench

This project is not so much a step-by-step guide, but more of an idea. Sometimes buying something is not really the best thing to do. I have a lot of electronic test equipment and I could not find a reasonably priced desk or bench that would put everything within easy reach. So I decided to build one.

Steve Hobley

Steve Hobley

This week, I have been mostly working on...

I've been tinkering around with bits of technology since I was five years old. I used to take the telephone apart at home, just to see how it worked.

After a couple of years I could even put it back together again - and sometimes it would continue to work.


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