Introduction: Udon's Cafeteria/recycling-centre/sweatshop/workspace
This is where I do all my electronics stuff, whether it be (de)(re)soldering, looking at waveforms, studying, programming, or taking-apart.
Pretty much everything you see was, until not too long ago, packed onto a single desk in my room. But because of the lack of space, as well as the thought of what the solder fumes and lead dust are slowly doing to me while I sleep, I moved all my gear to this place.
More space, more light, bigger desks, and a painting on the wall that reminds me of my girlfriend.
About 50% of all my parts and hardware is scavenged, whether it be transistors, MOSFETs, diodes, rectifiers, wiring, LEDs, motors (lotsa motors), nuts, bolts, vacuum tubes, fuses, switches, chips, caps, resistors, fibre optics, connectors, speakers, ...., and so on.
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