Organizing my tools — with a tool trolley

Organizing my tools — with a tool trolley

In my new home office — I never got around to set up an organized system for my tools. I’ve had some in tool cases, others in boxes — with lids. Not a good system…

I’ve found that if something is out of arm’s reach, I’m far less likely to put it back when I’m done with it. So I’ve accumulated tools; on the bench, and on the floor.

But — with my new tool trolley; I’m hoping to solve all these issues 😎

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Home office ventilation — controlled by CO₂ level

Home office ventilation — controlled by CO₂ level

I recently watched Jeff Gerling’s video on CO₂ levels, and how to monitor it. My home office is also in the basement, with no windows. So I paid attention to the air quality when setting up down here.

In addition to monitoring the CO₂ level, I’m also automatically ventilating the space when the air quality gets too bad.

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My new home office

My new home office

In our new house there is an 20 m² basement, it consists of two rooms — both 10 m². I have turned the inner room into my new home office/server room, with my electronics lab and homelab.

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Moving to a new house

Moving to a new house

So we bought a new house — now to disassemble everything and prepare to move!

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Ventilation and fume extraction rebuild

Ventilation and fume extraction rebuild
I rebuilt the exhaust ventilation late 2017, but shortly after — I did the homelab ventilation project and had to remove parts of the exhaust system because it was in the way of the new insulated ducts. Time to rebuilt it! Table of contents First try The new intake Fume extraction Conclusion Noise First try My first attempt was to lay the exhaust pipes around the new insulated ducts and move the intake down.
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