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Posted on Wednesday, July 17th, 2013 in ATX BB by DP

atx bob

Rynius writes:

Here’s my new mobile electronics bench featuring the ATX break out board. I’m hoping this will finally keep all my tools and wires consolidated and be pushed out of the way when needed.

I’m planning on setting up a nice solder station opposite the power supply. The variable one I have is a POS and either is too cool to melt the solder or heats up the handle and burns my hand. I have a nice drawer organizer for hacker tools in the works too.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “ATX panel”

  1. drGspot says:

    …did you planned in v. 2.0 to make a regulation say from 0-12 V + …?
    … variable resistor or high power transistor…? maybe some regulating IC…

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