Mihai Vidrascu | Romania

Hi, first I must admit I tidied up the place before taking the photos. My top tools are the faithful dual...

Ulf Kylenfall | Sweden

Over the years, I have been fortunate to have my hobby and profession happily intermixed by maintaining a home lab...

Ashwani Singhh | Canada

Being part of a Test Development team in an Electronic Manufacturing company, we came across a variety of products...

George Morgan | United States

I have been a jack of all trades for many years. I work in the medical device industry and I am finally enrolled...

Maurits Dijkens | Netherlands

My workbench consists of a Ruideng 30V5A power supply, a UNI-T DMM and a clone Hakko iron. With this gear I...

Jakob Paul | Germany

It's just a small workbench with an old oscilloscope, a soldering iron, a power supply and a sometimes working...

Heinz Winter | United Kingdom

My bench is more a tower, because I have very limited space. Lots of the gear are self-build which is half the fun...

Rob Muller | Netherlands

First of all thanks for the opportunity to share a bit of my world. This is where I usually "hide" and have some...

Michael Crouch | Canada

Currently my work from home bench consists of a competitor’s four channel oscilloscope, a very ancient Fluke...

Christos Bersos | Switzerland

Welcome to my laboratory where I spend whatever little free time I have. I am an electrical engineer working in...

Mitchell Bird | Australia

My work lab is my main lab and with the exception of the R8100 communications analyzer we were provided, the rest...

Maxim Yudayev | Belgium

My earliest electronics memories stem from my grandfather's Soviet 1-by-1 meter closet in a "dungeon," which was...