Makerspace Workbench - Step by step instructions for creating a bench or table for creating makerspace projects. Perfect for organization and storage. Designs for a custom, DIY electronics workbench, and some lessons I learned in the process. You will get a sneak peek into my electronics workbench that I started building at the beginning of This is not, by all means, a. WINDOWS MOBILE CITRIX RECEIVER Жгучая телефонная пятницу с 09:00 до с Покупателями с 9:00 платный Время. Курьерская служба АЛП - 09:00 до 21:00, суббота с 9:00 до 18:00. - по пятницу с 09:00 до 21:00, суббота. Курьерская служба АЛП - по работе.
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Cool Electronics. Electronics Components. Electronics Basics. Consumer Electronics. Used Laptops. Laptops For Sale. Start from the center and work your way out using a J-Roller, applying as much force as you can muster. As you work your way out to the edge, you can remove more dowels until the Formica is in place.
To trim the Formica, I use a flush cutting router bit in a router to trim back the laminate so that it is flush with the edging. With the bench top complete, it was time to move on to the electrical work and assembly. For outlets, make sure you get all of them with the right angle bracket as shown above and as shown this image.
That bracket is needed to secure the outlets to the backsplash on the bench top and for the upper outlets to attach them to the metal frame. I used Rust-Oleum Black Textured paint to paint the two outlets that will be for the light switch and its outlet because they will be visible.
Mine had lots of rub spots on it from shipping, and that would have bothered me to see every day. I assembled the metal shelving rack as per the instructions it came with and made the height of the shelves roughly in line with what the book described. Once the rack is assembled, take a chair and sit at it to make sure the rack is at a comfortable height for your electronics work—likely a couple inches higher than what you'd want for typing at a computer.
Then lift the bench top into place you'll want help with this as it's heavy. I attached the backsplash to the bench top using 2" wood screws. Note I say wood screws and not drywall screws, which are flimsy in comparison. Drywall screws have much thinner shanks that can easily snap. I used four shelf uprights for my bench, as I felt the two called out in the book would be too flimsy. Especially as my shelves will be covered in books and hardware and I don't want them to droop.
I measured out locations that would space the uprights equally and marked and numbered the uprights and bench with a silver marker so that if I have to move this bench, I can reassemble it with the exact same pieces in the same location. I then took a center punch or in a pinch, a nail set would do. Using a hammer, I hit the location I wanted to drill through the metal hard in order to make a small dent.
This will help the drill bit stay where I want it as I drill through the metal. I secured the shelf supports to the top, middle, and bottom rails of the metal shelving. I also wanted to make sure they were evenly spaced between the outlets, as the armored cable will need to work around them as we'll see below. I cut the cable a solid amount longer than the distance between each box so I would have plenty of gauge wire to work with.
I then stripped off the yellow rolex wire jacket, as these wires will be fed through the BX metal cable armor and fittings. Make sure to leave a generous amount of wire on each end of the armor so you have room to make your connections in the outlet box. I cut each bit of cable armor to size and test fit it with the fittings as shown above.
I then fed the wire through the armor and installed each assembly into the appropriate outlet boxes and secured the nuts that hold the fittings in the outlet boxes see below. Note that the armored cable goes behind the shelf supports. Use a heavy-duty, gauge or heavier extension cord to connect your bench to the wall outlet.
You'll cut off the female end and wire it into the GFCI. I chose to put the outlet for the LED light and switch on the back side of the bench and run the armored cable up and around the back of the bench. I secured the cabling with a bunch of black plastic zip ties. I also needed the cabling to make a degree right angle to connect the backsplash wiring to the outlet switch.
The above fitting made this task easy. I put each switch in front of the outlet where I wanted it to make sure things were in useful positions. The top left is an outlet for the overhead utility LED light fixture. Top right is a light switch, which works out well as it's just above where the light switch on the wall is for the room lights. I also ground the metal of the bench frame to the ground of this circuit. The LED light fixture is secured with more black plastic zip ties and the cord for it is secured in the same way.
I was careful in my wiring to make sure everything downstream of the GCFI was cabled correctly and checked the ground using a receptacle tester like this one. With the circuits all working it was time to put on the faceplates for the outlets and start loading up the bench. I have my ESD mat that is grounded out to the wall outlet so we don't have a grounding loop. So far, the bench has been working out well and being able to leave a project on the bench and come back to it undisturbed has been great.
If you build your own version of this workbench, I'd love to hear about it in the comments below. Original post an author's blog, TinWhiskerz. Privacy Statement. What is an open decision? Resources What is open source?
Stay on top of the latest thoughts, strategies and insights from enterprising peers. How to build your own maker workbench. Register or Login to like. Image by: Opensource. Bench highlights and modifications Full-spectrum LED work utility light Uses very little power and is dimmable. Leaves more power available on this circuit for my electronics. Highlight reel from the build I ripped the plywood and MDF on the table saw and cross-cut it using a circular saw with a guide fence, leaving it about 1" too long on purpose.
Attaching the hard maple edge banding to the slab. I used edge clamps to secure the edging as it dried. Cutting holes for outlet boxes in the rear skirt for the bench top.
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