Upcycling. Lets Build Small mobile work table. Part 2

Well, not everything what was planned came to life the way it was planned and this so-called project “small mobile work table” wasn’t an exception.
16 years of service took it tolls.
To make a long story short cart wheels on two legs ended up broken.
And I have to figure out what to do next.
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Upcycling. Lets Build Small mobile work table. Part 1

As an owner of the one of the word’s smallest workshop /smile I’ve always been in need of extra working and storage space.
My kid is growing up so she wants to try do some projects with real tool.
In addition she needs a place to keep some of her mats.
We need a place to get messy and don’t be stress over making a scratch or hole in table top.
I need a place to station Dremel drill press.
Et cetera.
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Rules 101. Gordian knot of cables.

Seems like your worst nightmare comes true – a giant Gordian knot of cables. Unfortunately you are not Alexander the Great and can not sliced it in half with a stroke of your sword. That is to say, you could, yet will it settle the issue? Doubt it…
Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against cables or wires! But no matter if it is your power tool or extension cord or 50 foot network cable you keeping “just in a case…” seems like there is only one solution – organize it.
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Rules 101. If you use it, clean it.

Keep your work place clean, no matter how big or small it is.

I am a proud owner of one of the world’s smallest workshop. Indeed, essentially it’s a closet under the stairs, sort of storage for tools and a few random mats. Be that as it is, call it “storage”… C’mon! It’s a workshop! Furthermore, like any other workshops, it has it’s own rules.
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