Quick post on improving the short-range working conditions in the shop: overhead fluo lights are okay but I’m getting old and need a boost when working close-in with the bandsaw or the drillpress. A smack in the forehead lead to this: I snatched one of my old spot lamps, got one of the computer drive magnets kept aside in a box, three screws, a chunka plywood, and a few minutes later I exclaimed: LET THERE BE LIGHT \m/
I like it so much that after a while I thought: F*k it, I’m gonna hack my bandsaw and DP and install fixed flexible light fittings on each one. And they happen to stock them where I work. Greatness in the workshop sometimes lies in small details. Hope it can inspire others ;)
-- Holy scrap Barkman!