Your workshop :)


  • Code Contributor

    Just for fun:
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  • This could be nice thread:) I will post my photos soon:)


  • Mod

    I recognize the orange envelopes ;-)


  • Mod

    I will send mine tomorrow :) Nice idea!


  • Contest Winner

    @Yveaux

    LOL



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    I can't imagine why the WAF is so low.


  • Mod

    As promised my (2) desk(s).
    One for watches and one for electronics.

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  • Admin

    @marceltrapman
    Thats oceans of space you got.

    My mancave is a bit crowded.

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  • Contest Winner

    @hek

    in america they say "its not the size that matters!"


  • Mod

    @BulldogLowell said:

    in america they say "its not the size that matters!"

    Hmm, but I am pretty sure @hek was talking about 'space' and not 'size'.

    I agree, size does not matter but space is really really helpful to keep things organised.

    @hek Yes, and this is a corner of our 'hobby room' that is 'only' 70m2 :)


  • Mod

    @marceltrapman OMG! That's so clean and organized!


  • Hero Member

    @Yveaux Marcel is a bit swiss like as it appears except for the hanging electricity cables from the roof ;-)


  • Mod

    @epierre said:

    Marcel is a bit swiss like as it appears except for the hanging electricity cables from the roof ;-)

    Actually I am Dutch living in Germany but you are correct, I like a clean desk (the desk I use for my work no less).
    The loose cables irritate me but I have to take the time and figure out how to solve that nicely.
    Talking about obsessive, when you look at picture 2 and 3 you will see that the white cable on the floor is clipped to the wall ;)


  • Hero Member

    @marceltrapman I saw it, but alas computer and cables are synonims... my desk is more like @hek one, no room... or plenty of cables...

    What kind of watch do you clean thi way ? I've not seen the oscillator measuring tool for automatic watches ;-)


  • Mod

    @epierre said:

    What kind of watch do you clean thi way ? I've not seen the oscillator measuring tool for automatic watches ;-)

    Wow, how did you recognise it?
    It is not only automatic but all mechanical watches btw.
    I clean (and if not too difficult I sometimes repair/maintain) all watches but my real interest is with mechanical watches.
    I am intrigued by how small things can be and accomplish so complex tasks.

    I have attended a couple of workshops to get to know hand wound and automatic watches. Next step is watches with more complexities (like stopwatch etc.).


  • Hero Member

    @marceltrapman this is why I called you a swissman ;-) (hint: the UV machine and some other tools) but they speak french in the clock and watch industry in the Juras. I myself have tenth of mecanical ones, but they are not expensive enough to go to official repair... one day maybe when I'll have plenty of time...


  • Mod

    @epierre said:

    this is why I called you a swissman

    :) now I get it...


  • Code Contributor

    I started writing in @Yveaux thread but didnt want to go too far off topic so; here is a small presentation of myself; you guys could write something short about yourselves too!

    I've been involved in lots of project here and there, I have done some minor hacking of protocols, programs (softice, olledbg, IDA) and even embedded systems (mostly linux). But it is just for fun for myself. Never 'destroyed' anything. I know a little about many things, but not really good at anything at the same time.. :) I know electronics too, Not much analog but digital is easy (as long as the frequency doesn't get too high.. Sigh!)
    @Yveaux You seam to do a lot of fun stuff too.. :)


  • Mod

    @Damme It's my job, dude. I'm a self-employed embedded software engineer/designer with a lot of experience from complete machine control (semicon) to industrial automation and networking components (EtherCAT, yeah baby!)


  • Mod

    OK here it is:
    I am an entrepreneur (or self employed if you like) in sales training, coaching and (interim) management. Next to that I do something completely different and that is developing Java Plug-ins for the Servoy platform (and a bit of Objective C, Xojo and Python). It is sort of a hobby that I made my job.
    The rest is hobby.
    I like nice watches and from there I grew into what I described a few posts back.
    I started installing a few security cams earlier this year, found that the step into domotica was not too difficult and here I am building a hobby around MySensors and electronics. And soon 3D printing...


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