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This is the original workbench I started out with in high school when I decided to become a silversmith. Notice the 4" duct in the bench top to collect particulate generated from polishing and grinding. To the bottom left of the bench hang my pliers and cutters; above and to the left are my gravers (with wooden handles), followed by chasing punches to their right. Burnishers stand against the wall with drill bits beneath; flexshaft rotary tools and needle files in a stepped stand to the right of the drill bits; hand files come next; then the hanging flexshaft with tweezers in the lower right corner; my pulse arc welder and microscope sit on the bench to the right (next image).