Here are some photos of my dungeon, which it truly is since I have no windows. That means lighting is really important and I like Dazor lamps for tasks. Did you know you can mix fluorescent tubes to mimic daylight?
This is my main work area with lovely hand tools, mostly from @RioGrande. Lots of beads too, which the grandkids enjoy stringing. I don’t use them much anymore.
Love my dissecting scope. As so many have said, it’s amazing how much better it makes setting when one can see all the detail and fine movements. The rolling mill is wearing its collection of silica gel packets saved from various purchases (shoes, jackets, leather goods, etc.) Keeps the baby nice and dry.
When I got my laundry sink, it meant less traveling to get to water - so much more convenient. Note the ionic cleaner, ultrasonic, tumbler, and steamer. All my little water users in a neat…or not so neat, little line.
The all important soldering station. I use natural gas. Citric acid is my pickle of choice.
Judy in Kansas, who is invested in reusing as much as possible, and being environmentally responsible.