Closet workbench

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Closet workbench

Closet Workbench
Closet Workbench2
From the MAKE Flickr photo pool

With seemingly no place left to work on his electronics projects, Adam turned his office closet into a stealthy concealable work area – neat idea! Now let’s see a fume extractor in there, eh?
Uncluttering with a Closet Workbench & photos

Related:
Simple Workbench
Simple workbench AND MEGA WORKBENCH ROUND UP

In the Maker store:
Mkemkit-2
MAKE:it – Electronic Makers Toolkit

14 thoughts on “Closet workbench

  1. Adam says:

    I rather think it *is* spam. Please do not consider this a contradiction.

  2. Stan says:

    Adam,
    Admirably succinct.

    And, indeed, I’m curious about this new breed of off topic post flogging internet sales sites yet that is not to be considered spam. I suppose he didn’t actually claim it wasn’t spam, but merely request that we ignore the essential aspect of the post and, in hypnotized fashion, comply.

    1. Collin Cunningham says:

      a spam? did someone see “a spam”? *poof* no more spam!

  3. Fleen says:

    I love it to bits!

  4. Anonymous says:

    You can get away with not having a table by lining the closet with level 1x2s and dropping in a tabletop/slab of mdf. I then cut a small hole for cord access, and a concave slice out of the front to allow my elbows to clear the doorway… and voila!

  5. Michael Fusion says:

    not to be a nitpicker, but to be an obligatory comment….

    it was Buddy that said “that’s not flying, that’s falling with style.”

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