Work space and desks

A place to work
How to assemble a tool
It is of great importance practically and good storage of equipment and tools, which allows us to quickly find the part that we are looking for, and that too put back in place after use. Apart from that, we will see it so easily the missing part, if we have it forgot somewhere, lent to a friend, or possibly lost. In order to prevent rusting, should always be avoidedlet's keep the tool outdoors, even if it is in cupboards, or in wet rooms. The most practical the solution is to make or acquire a cabinet of suitable dimensions for holding not only tools, but also for any small material, such as nails, screws, glue, gaskets. We will tool place by going to the internal sides of the cabinet, attach various suitable pegs, hooks, ribbons with holes and other fasteners. When once we have sorted the tool, we will plot pencil profiles of individual tools yes we would avoid putting one on place of another, or that it does not suit us to arrange the whole series by hand. Equipment of small dimensions, such as are awls, notches, taps, drills, we will keep it in bookmarks if possiblenim, solid metal or wood boxes. Some equipment is also available to the purchase already packed in fromspeaking boxes (series of fixed keysčeva, elbow drill with fitsaccessories). In that casewe are willing to just mark the boxes and store in a cupboard.
In case we have one permanent place to work, tools we can hang on the wall using a larger, perforiearly plastic sheets, into which he pressesmo appropriate hooks, clamps, clipsnew and other adherents. Even then, though one or two storage cabinets finer material can be made of cogrow
work table (counter)
Many jobs are done on the face places (placing inserts, plugva into walls, work on electrical or plumbing installation), so themore often, the need for someone is not indicated flat surface for work, or for workat the table. In many other caseswith teas, however, (someone's correction of electrical appliances, drawers, constructiontion of furniture or its parts, mechanical repairs, small tinsmithskiing or blacksmithing) is necessary some flat surface to work on, if not i a real desk.
For those who do not have a larger prostorom and do not do much, the best and the cheapest solution is to get astu, a wooden board that he will equip some system for leaving and etcsetting the table in the living room, kitchen or elsewhere. Desktop, though can be of larger dimensions (meter and a half with a meter or more) you can easily place after use on someone suitable place, behind the closet or is lean against the wall in the pantry. It's a plate secures to any table with that a tire or something is inserted beforehand fabric so as not to damage the table. That's right a fairly large area is obtained for work, to which we can fasten i clamp or one of the machines about which we will talk soon.
If we have space in the house or in some auxiliary department, (partitioned part of the room, laundry rooms or attic) and more often we deal with someone from the hobby, we can also choose a professional desk for work, which in terms of size and type of works are the most fit. It can be a choice between a typical carpenter's counter which is already equipped with a vise (seegom) for holding boards, plates and other material and a bellows tablenic, locksmith works, steel coninstructions and a desktop.
The board is made from each other tightly packed billets, thick a few centimeters, so it can to withstand strong blows and to carry a large one and various machines (round grinder, rotary saw, table electric buŠilič ltd.).
One interesting solution in between of fixed table and auxiliary board is a folding desk that is enough firm and big. We can, therefore, Drto harvest in some storehouse or behind another namove around. This semi-professional desk excellently solves the issue of space and allows, at the same time, to works in good conditions that are not opwalking to get the job done. 
cabinet for holding tools 
Misunderstandings can often occur when talking about the workbench and work tables. Carpentry and locksmith thesisthey are classic professional, craftlija work tables, therefore certain size and massiveness and with all the tools that goes with them, such as sliding clamps, holes for securing the disk for planing, etc. Today, however, work tables are produced with mefloor or wooden worktop which is made in such a way that on it they can do very precise machining either wood or metal and that by using various machines: rotary engineof saws, milling machines and others onlyof permanent machines or electrical accessoriesnim drills that are fixed on the places already provided for that the table. Such tables often have vowires, or the board itself can change angle, so sawing or drilling at precisely defined angles it does not pose any problem. A lotge types of such tables are available today they are made to be unfolded and can be pre-foldedcarry from place to place. Besides they are all much smaller in size rather than stalls and are most often produced precisely for amateurs, for people who as a hobby they do various repairs and works in the house.
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