Making a workbench for elec

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Home | Map | Projects | Construction | Soldering | Study | Components | 555 | Symbols | FAQ | Links Making a workbench for electronics Also see: Tools for electronics | Starter kit of components Constructing projects at home If you are constructing electronic projects at home it can be difficult to find a suitable place to work. The dining table is certainly NOT suitable without some form of protection! You will also need a convenient socket for your soldering iron and most homes have them near the floor which is too far away. Remember the flooring material, this can be damaged by molten solder dropped off your iron. One solution is to make your own workbench from a relatively cheap material such as white-faced chipboard (usually called 'furniture panel'). A socket for your soldering iron can be provided behind your workbench by using an extension lead with a 4-way socket which can be fixed to a wall.
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course ECE 101 taught by Professor X during the Spring '12 term at Florida A&M.

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