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Old 23rd July 2017, 06:32 AM   #81
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how this project is going?

My current project is finished. and next will be battery tester, with 800a discharger included.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 04:28 PM   #82
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how this project is going?

My current project is finished. and next will be battery tester, with 800a discharger included.
for the picture.

My project is put on hold just for this coming week, I'm busy moving house and at the same time decided to setup a new work bench, its very frustrating working on a small work bench!, I will be back next week.
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It makes a big difference to have proper design and prototyping workbenches, with enough shelves around for stuff so that the benches do not end up clogged. I'm in the process of renewing my design room, in my case separate from prototyping room. It's better to have both benches in same bigger room for working in embedded stuff if you can choose. Another interesting thing I discovered: photocatalytic paint for ceiling and walls, it breaks down all volatile organic compounds with the help of light, no smells result in easier focusing.
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It makes a big difference to have proper design and prototyping workbenches, with enough shelves around for stuff so that the benches do not end up clogged. I'm in the process of renewing my design room, in my case separate from prototyping room. It's better to have both benches in same bigger room for working in embedded stuff if you can choose. Another interesting thing I discovered: photocatalytic paint for ceiling and walls, it breaks down all volatile organic compounds with the help of light, no smells result in easier focusing.
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rental/ownership of space has become very expensive (world wide) and R&D hobby electronics is putting massive strain on this area of recreation, I managed to get a room with a 6 meter square room which will have a workbench to design PCB'S, simulate and prototype of micro-controllers, also have my scope and PSU near me, also 2 PC's one for logging from my instruments to my PC'S. its been taking me 4 years to build up the resources given the fact im from South Africa and our economy is terrible.
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