A glimpse at Electronics Workbenches around the world…January 24th, 2012 by Jeff
Since creating the Electronics Workbench Flickr group last November, I have received lots and lots of really amazing submissions from electronics hobbyists and professionals around the world.
My two biggest takeaways so far? I do not own nearly enough test equipment, and my shop is not nearly as well-organized or space-efficient as it could be (I need to use all available wall space and build up).
Here are a few of my favorite images from the group:
Click any of these images for a larger version!
(Nice scope, Joe!)
blalor turned his BMW into a temporary workshop, and his passenger seat is the electronics workbench (note the laptop perched on the dash):
Senke2 has a nice home lab with a lofty feel:
Looks like *someone* has a Tektronix fetish. Beautiful setup by Alan (W2AEW):
More scope envy, of both the oscillo- and micro- kinds (Thanks Mgburr!):
embeddederic sent in this picture of his workbench. Note the Tek 491 spectrum analyzer up top, 10MHz – 12GHz with 1950s(?) technology:
See if you can spot the Tektronix 575 curve tracer!
Do you have an electronics workbench that you’re proud of? Snap a photo and share it with the group!