My Workshop/ Lab (2012)

About: Hi I'm Angelo! I am a college student taking my engineering majors in BS-EE/ BS-ECE at the DLSU. I use my course as an inspiration for making my current projects! I've been posting projects here ever since I...

Intro: My Workshop/ Lab (2012)

Here are some pictures of my lab where I do most of my electronic projects. I also labeled them with info. Most of metal, plastic and woodworking are done outside our house, in a separate shed. I posted this guide, since it could help and inspire people in cleaning their rooms, having a better access to their stock parts. 

I reorganized my indoor workshop at home, we've added some new mesh cabinets. Before, the room was a complete mess, after every two major projects, my room gets filled by a pile of junk. Now it's completely clean and organized. I changed my habits of returning things to their proper places. Right now, I'm trying to restock my parts, since they are almost running out. 

I hope this inspires you!

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    ASCASOmar Amir

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! :)) BTW, I reorganized my lab, this time its more professional compared to my previous one (this one)

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    Omar AmirASCAS

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I'll be more than grateful if you can post an 'ible showing the new reorganized lab :D If you have time, please do. Thank you.

    This is an amazing lab. I have been hoping to do this in my room, but a little smaller

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    Tazmjm69

    4 years ago

    You are a very impressive young man! Glad to see you're using your time constructively.

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    ZiDB

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Way more,organized than my set-up at at my room,Can't believe we're the same age

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    ajoyraman

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I went through all the pictures and am impressed by your setup.
    Two small points:
    1: You seem to be using only 2-Pin plugs, shift to 3-pin with an Earth pin
    2: Add a master switch that will switch off everything when you shutdown work.
    Happy Hobbying !

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    ASCASajoyraman

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    That's a great tip, although the standard issue plug in our country is the 2 pin type.
    Thanks though! :))