Easy DIY Electronics Workspace

Hello instructables goers. today I will show you how to make a diy multipurpose workbench. I say multipurpose because I use it as a audio recording station and a tech workbench. I use mason jars and organizers bought from Home Depot to sort electronics and wires.

Step 1: Materials

Pegboard I used some scrap pegboard I had laying around
Mason jars these can be purchased basically at any Walmart/target
Organizers you can use any pegboard organizers but I got mine from Home Depot
Hose clamps

Step 2: Pegboard

Take the pegboard and screw it into the wall making sure there are studs where you are screwing it in. I also attached a lamp just above it you can use any lamp but make sure it has mounting holes.

Step 3: Mason Jars and Hose Clams

Take a screw but not one that will go in the wall and screw the clamp into place with the appropriate slot. Then take the mason jar and put the clamp around the neck an tighten till the mason jar is secure.

Step 4: Organizers

Take the organizers and depending on the type just slide it through the hole and it will stay.

Step 5: Workspace

I used a cheap work desk for my actual workspace.

Step 6: Thank You

Thank you so much for your time and have fun organizing. Also comment on what you think or need help with I will try to help you with your problem. Don't forget to vote for me and have a nice day.

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    4 Discussions


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Hi this is only the basics for a workbench that is fully customizable by all means that's why I didnt include those I actually have a wall hanging parts organizer. Thank you for pointing that out though


    4 years ago on Introduction

    This looks like a nice little workspace. That's a clever way to use some old mason jars!

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you I had a few mason jars and some pegboard and I needed a workspace so I looked online and got some ideas and came up with this.