We are always showing off what is on our work benches, But what about the bench itself. Lets see your work bench / model building area. Do you have a dedicated work bench or are you just making do with the kitchen table? Tell us a little bit about it. Did you buy it? Build it yourself? Have it built for you? What tools do you have? How are they organized? Got any special tools tips for modeling? I'll start with a few pictures of mine. but first a little history about my setup I started converting my old Computer desk into a work bench about 5 or 6 years ago. The desk top drawers/organizers are a modular systems that I got from Hobby Zone and CMRI back before the pandemic The under shelf lighting is made from 3 strips of LED Lighting that are both Dimmable and Color Temperature changeable. I built the flex-able arm light out of some Lock-line tubing and a Dimmable color changeable LED Light panel and mounted it so it could be folded up against the wall out of the way when not in use. The plastic containers stacked on top are Crayon Holders from Walmart. The handles fold up and lock the lid in place for a nice secure small pares holder. and at just 0.49 cents they were affordable. I built the drawers stacked where the computer tower use to sit myself. They all have full length sliders for easy access to the entire 28" length. The depth of each varies to match its intended use. Most have built in adjustable divider slots, Others have sliding trays and some have custom made tool holders to keep things organized for easy access. To the right are my Hakko Soldering irons with various tips and other soldering tools / parts / supply's stored n the drawers above them. There are several small fans and a charcoal filter hidden under the shelf that the computer is sitting on. They are wired to turn on/off with the soldering station and do a nice job of drawing any smoke or fumes away from me On the left is my digital Microscope It is a Andonstar AD407 Pro series Soldering Microscope with the upgraded stand and a aftermarket LED Light Ring that I modified to fit. With 270 X magnification displayed on a 24" screen its easy to check decoder clearance and if the over/under LED mounting bord I made will line up with the headlight and mars light pipes on A cutaway E8 shell.