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So this is my room, 95% of the time its a mess but thats the way i like it! i do all kinds of crazy experiments in here and my family is always asking me whats burning ALL THE TIME! I prefer to sleep in my bonus room but i do sleep in here. My parents dont give me much for allowance so i save up my lunch money. If it weren't for ebay and their unlimited supply of cheap electronics i would be nowhere. thats about it for now.
<p>I want your things. @_@<br><br>As for the earthquake that occurred 5 minutes prior to taking these photos, you could use a lady in your life. ;) (They are (usually) amazing at organizing.) But I certainly know how it is -- my room and desk looked almost identical until I met my wife. She brought down the hammer of Thor on me. Haha. But then again, I don't have nearly as many components as you do. Props for your beastly collection. :)</p>
Wow cool stuff LOL every time i try to keep spares form takne apart things my parents just throw it out! At least they give me enough allowance to work on my projects. I should probably post more of my creations since I just got this acc
You have an awesome horde! You have so many components you must be very skinny from skipping lunch so often.
lol i just have a lot of time and things to take apart, i did most of this durring the summer but i find time during the school year too. (explains my bad grades)
I just saw your resistor picture. One way I have kept resistors sorted was to cut strips of corrugated cardboard and stuff them down into the holes the wavy corrugated middle layer makes. Now I mostly use little baggies.<br><br>It does seem to me that you could use some storage solutions. Another storage method I use often is cutting up empty plastic containers to make bins out of them. Depends what you have a lot of. For me it is 1 gallon square plastic jugs. I cut those in half and they make nice bins. They're even nestable and stackable.<br><br>If you have old jewel CD cases I have found that lined with foam or something they make great electronics component storage cases. You have to butcher up the plastic insert that holds the disc though. Then hot glue the remaining edge back in.<br><br>I got tired of sorting my transistors every time I wanted to use one.
I have the same exact laptop! lol
its freaking beastly isn't it! lol
Lol I agree with you completely!
indeed indeed lol
Wow! tons of 555s!!
i got them on ebay, 50 for about $9, they also got 100 for $12!!!
Hi Jimmy congratulation, it's a good work shop.
thank you
Nice work shop :)
thanks =)

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