cb1 [1999]
   markade [1999]
   rocky [2001]
   malaika [2004]
   chatcord+ [2005]
   markade7 [2007]
   falvo slatbench [2010]
   montrosegroupinc [2010]
   urushi poker [2010]
   mollenliving [2011]
   vPin [2014]
   MBA [2015]
   cutstation [2015]
   hesine 505b [2015]
   cutcart [2016]
   mf110 desk [2016]
   mcm power supply [2016]
   505b enclosure [TBD]
   FES [TBD]
   SDGhero [TBD]
   bocca [TBD]
   f1select [TBD]
   fightTimer [TBD]
   fooztron [TBD]
   haunterDozer [TBD]
   lightpanel [TBD]
   mollenmedia [TBD]
   speedPi [TBD]
   venetaLumi [TBD]

As I learn more about electronics, microprocessors, arduinos, etc... it's becoming obvious that I need a variable bench power supply. So I decided to build my own. I love the Mid-Century modern aesthetic, so I wanted to build something in wood. My father is a tailor, and he was visiting when I was working on this. We came up with the idea of mixing my woodwork with some textiles and wrapped the front panel in leather to do something different. Don't worry, it's not real leather. I think my father and I should collaborate more often.

See how I did it here

the MCM power supply