I would suggest laying out your tying bench the way you tie.
For instance, I am right-handed and have all of my tying tools
on the right side such bobbins, bodkins, scissors, hackle pliers and
dubbing brushes on the right side.
On the left side I have all of my materials. Magnets for hooks, UV Resin bottles,
UV Light, and so on...
Thanks for your input Kimo. I agree with having the tools on the right side, it seems to make the most sense and what ends up happening when I tie now on my dining table. This little station would be just offset to the right of my vise, while materials would be to my left. I'm sure it won't be my first or last tying station I build, but that's fine with me
At first I was going to vote for the modular approach, but after seeing what you're doing yhere I actually do like what you've got.
But it's not really what you'd call a tying station. It's more of a portable holding station for the stuff you might use while tying. When tying I assume you'll just move the stuff you want from your holder to your flat tying area. That'll work nicely to keep everything in one place. Until you acquire more stuff than will fit in the holder..
Chug, you're right. It is more of just a holding/organizing station. I planned on just keeping tools, resins, etc on my bench at all times, and materials in storage bins. I would like to keep some of that stuff out too, but I know the cats would see Krystal flash as a good way to floss their teeth.
Any more suggestions? I'm soaking these all up for version #5... haha. Maybe I'll get to work on it after I get my drywall duties done this weekend.