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Workbench Project

Discussion in 'Workbench Setup' started by Tony, Oct 9, 2016.

  1. Tony

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    So I shot a couple videos this morning kind of informing you all of what I need to do and trying to get some suggestions on how to do it. Well, I'm not sure I will be uploading those videos, but I might.

    So this thread is pretty much a project thread where I'm going to be building myself a custom workbench to work on everything from planes to heli's to quads. It's going to need to be big enough to put a 68" Decathlon on it and if it will fit that plane, it will fit everything else that I have.

    I know I'm going to need a computer with the desk, I'm just not sure how I'm going to pull all of that off. I have an extra monitor, but I use it for videos. I do have extra computers, but I'm going to have to build them and just hope like hell they work.

    I'm still not sure yet if I'm going to make the video table and the workbench one in the same though. So this may end up being a two bench project.

    The hardest part of this is going to be clearing out a space to do it. I'm pretty sure that I'm going to put it in the ole barn, but I may put it in the ole hole that I used to have my computer in. It's the only place here that has a concrete floor. The barn has a wood floor with a sub frame so walking will create noise. But it's bigger than the hole.

    So yea, I have some planning and cleaning to do. Oh what fun...

    What are your suggestions on what I should do?
     


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    Good luck Tony, every space I find quickly becomes too small Bob
     
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    haha, your not joking there lol. I did build a little desk, and holy crap, there is stuff piled up on it about 3' high!
     
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    Horizontal spaces do collect everything imaginable and a lot of things we thought were lost!
     
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    Oh trust me, I know exactly what is on that table lmao. From props, to soldering iron tips to fishing spinners I use to wind wire, I know it all lmao.
     
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    My ex wife loved flat surfaces. I wanted to tilt every flat surface in my house. Reasoning was so nothing would stay on the counters. Figured it would slide or roll off.
     

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