2018-12-13 (Th) ModuKey - Cleaning Episodes

The next phase of cleaning was more complicated than the desk. The desk was an "easy win" to get the cleaning ball rolling. The wire racks are tall, deep and filled will all kinds of stuff to which I regularly, and seldom need access.

My workroom has two wire racks. This one would be the easiest to continue building steam until the second rack gets some needed attention. I mean, look at that thing.

Years or months of neglect

A great deal of this shelf's clutter was rarely tools. Some tools remained, like screwdrivers, a cordless drill, a multi-meter, and drill bits. While organizing, four more of the project bins had to be purchased. Some of them had been moved out of the room with the tools since they were worth keeping but did not need to be immediately accessible.

Mercilessly less clutter

Another task for the day was to hang a shelf on the wall which would fit two computer monitors. Some of the fancy wall-mount monitor brackets were checked, but the inexpensive monitors did not have the necessary sockets at the rear to work with them and would cost twice as much and put four times as many holes in the wall.

Many measurements were taken to get the shelf at just the right height so the monitors would be at the ideal ergonomic height. A dual-monitor docking station was ordered to run both monitors, only one of the two is currently working.

Standing desk station

ModuKey on GitHub

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3
Completed projects from year 4
Completed projects from year 5

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