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  • HRW Workbench Tour

    Seen the last thread on where we all work, so I made a quick tour of the Ye Olde Skunkworks

    -Harry


  • #2
    Everything a well equipped slot car shop should be!!! I wonder how many guys have most of the same stuff. I will put some pictures in a few minutes of my work shop.
    Matt B
    So. In
    Crashers

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    • #3
      I seen the video on YouTube last night. Your workbench looks way better than mine. Mine looks like a bomb went off on it.
      matt b whereabouts are you in So. IN?
      Ken
      Evansville, IN

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      • #4
        I'm in New Albany, Ken. Louisville area.

        My dirty work area out in the garage. Dremel, belt sander, vac form, tachometer, tubing cutter, second shelf, test track, Cobra tire grinder cheap lathe type tool for doing tires. All powered by a 1960's Minicraft adjustable power supply. Some day I will find a rotary switch that I can wire everything to. Just using trailer plugs now. Drill press next to that.

        Main workbench Butane torch, Hakko iron and SCC chassis jig. In the basement typical work desk with hand tools and parts and projects everywhere!!

        Not nearly as neat as Harry's.
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        Matt B
        So. In
        Crashers

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        • #5
          Harry, that's excellent. well done.

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