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stryd, thats the monome, quite small (8 X 8 inch box) and can be held with two hands and played as if playing a video game.

except the UltraCore, most of the projects are done or waiting for me to finish the soldering, now working on panel design and enclosures.

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Am I alone in the fact that I don't have a workspace? We have a large wood burning stove (Aga) at home so I just get everything out and use the top of it.

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In the spirit of being tidy  :-[

And as I've always told myself, stop buying pcb's or starting new projects before finishing old ones, yeah right

I say same thing to myself, but how can you not buy PCB when offered. I have same problem starting new project before finishing last ones, but It don`t make sense do nothing while waiting for some parts for first or second project. There is always something to wait. And If I receive the PCB, I just have to solder it. That is at least some progression. I live in a dream that I`ll go into final phase with all my projects and they all become finished in same time.

Here is the CD shelf That keeps x0x and mb808 till waiting for some parts. Other projects are all over the house.  :)

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And, this is where I solder bigger PCBs

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;D  ;D  ;D You are crazy man. I`m glad I inspired you.

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Here is the CD shelf That keeps x0x and mb808 till waiting for some parts.

At least you have enough sense to get something important like that up high where it's safe. Mine end up in the middle of everything, knocked on the floor and who knows what else. I'm lucky some of them still work when I get done. ;D

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Jamie: You broke one of my studio rules - no drinks without lids. One day you'll knock one of those glasses/cans over and you'll know why I have that rule

Sasha: I hope you don't wear polyester fabric, or your lab is a static discharge waiting to happen

Jidis: I have a big box for the delicate parts which are waiting... cost me $10 and I know I'm not gonna smash any sids

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Jamie: You broke one of my studio rules - no drinks without lids. One day you'll knock one of those glasses/cans over and you'll know why I have that rule

i usually keep them on another table. the empties go onto the studio table ;)

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Sasha: I hope you don't wear polyester fabric, or your lab is a static discharge waiting to happen

No, I only wear the finest cotton.  ;D

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stryd, thats the monome, quite small (8 X 8 inch box) and can be held with two hands and played as if playing a video game.

except the UltraCore, most of the projects are done or waiting for me to finish the soldering, now working on panel design and enclosures.

Where did you buy the box? I have tried to create one from hardwood. But the plastic one looks good.

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Where did you buy the box?

I'll need to search my memory  :-\ and my emails as I can't remember,

It was make by a nice man from London, That as much as I remember now.

Will Pm you once I'll have the details.

Regards,

Asaf

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this one is worthy of a resurrection, jim williams' bench, not mine (though i do aspire to such heights)

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abracapocus!

rise ye olde thread...

here is my latest attempt to move towards the william's ideal.

and where are the pics of all the young d00dz labs?

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