LAB BENCH TOOL HOLDER

Introduction: LAB BENCH TOOL HOLDER

About: I am a tech enthusiast and like making electronics stuffs and I basically like experiments with circuits and electronics

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So we all know that there are some basic tools that must be handy to keep in our homes or offices and especially for those into electronics need them quite often .

So in the article we will create a small lab bench tool holder that is not only perfect but also size compact and handy to have .

So let's start with the build !.!.!.!.!

Step 1: FIRST WATCH THE VIDOE FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING

First watch the video for better understanding and visualization !!

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now back to the article

Step 2: IDEA OF BUILDING THE PROJECT

Basically I have a messy room and if I need on tool I have to find it for 10 minutes . Sometimes if the search was complete earlier the other tool might fall down and the same time would go away for securing them to a safe place .

Anyways so I thought why not to build a tool holder for the tools I use in everyday life .

Step 3: BUILDING THE BODY

Firstly I took around 4mm thickness plywood . Marked a measurement of 40cm in length and 8 cm in breath

After that was done I started slaughtering 2 pieces of wood of same dimensions each .

Then i took a rather good looking square shaped basket (picked up from the scrap) as the base of Tool Holder which has a hole at each corner .

Step 4: FIXING THE BASE

Then I took a PVC pipe sliced two pieces of same height about 20cm and other pair of about 15 cm .

Furnished them using a sand paper .Finally glued them on the two wood piece and finally drilled holes according to the dimensions of each tool .

Step 5: TOOLS INVOLVED (FRONT PANEL)

First and foremost are the screwdrivers of different tips . Second there is a knife (no harm intended) So let me clear it up knife is used to open up spaces where our finger nails can't reach .

Third are the scissors

and then some pliers .

A troch which is quite handy tool to keep in emergency situations and for electronic use like looking at the part no. of the components .

Nut bolt opener the one one most widely used Some tapes like electrical tapes , Kapton tapes , cello tapes and some glittery tapes .

There is also an electrical tester and some arrows to make it look good.

Step 6: TOOLS INVOLVED (BACK PANELS)

Then on the other side there is Stapler Some solder wire . solder wick , desolder pump and some solder beads which are quite useful .

Glues ,sand paper , different types of cables like TYPE A ,TYPE B ,TYPE C , and some micro usb cables

And finally a continuity tester which is very important as well .

Step 7: TOOLS INVOLVED (INSIDE)

Inside there is soldering Iron which is the necessity for any electronic beginner

A glue gun which is also quite good .

Some stationary stuffs

AND the most expensive and useful ones A Vernier caliper and a magnifying glass

Step 8: BUILD YOU OWN

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