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When the 'finework' needs to be right under your nose

Postby Dave Millward » Fri Jan 07, 2011 4:36 pm

Following a couple of difficult sessions on the ex-ironstone hopper build with ever finer etched components requiring soldering into ever less accessible positions, common sense finally 'kicked in' and I spent a rewarding couple of hours this morning creating a free, easily removable and very adaptable raised workstation. See http://www.flickr.com/photos/43564631@N08/5333409476/ . The gaps in the woodwork are great places to place tools etc whilst working on the top deck too. An unexpected bonus was the reduction in the degree of solder/flux fume breathed in whilst soldering.
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