The Workbench is creating Electronics Videos
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patron

$2
per month
Hi! A lot of people know me as "The Workbench" on YouTube, but the truth is, that's not my real name. It's actually Alex Ramirez.  Also, I'm not actually a bench... But that's besides the point. 

If you're here, then you're probably well aware that I enjoy working with electronics. I like making videos about topics and subjects with information that I believe may benefit other people, people who also enjoy the DIY side of things. I love sharing knowledge and also learning things from others, and that's where this Patreon page come into play. 

At the moment, I'm only able to make and release a new video every once in a while as time/funding constraints make it difficult to pump them out at a rate which I would like. However, with your help and support, we could make it a much more regular thing! I have a long backlog of pending projects to share, which are on hold because I specifically intend to use them for videos in the future. There are many topics which I would love to share more of with everyone, topics including: 

Teardowns
Repair of common, everyday electronics
Vintage electronics
"From the ground up" projects
Electronics demos
Mechanical/Motorized projects
Video game related electronics
and more! 

Funding for videos would go towards parts, supplies, better lighting/audio, equipment/tools, and other minor things necessary to just keep me alive enough to produce quality content. :P

My primary goal is to produce at least one new video a week, but eventually attempt to grow that number, with a secondary goal of increasing the quality of the content, as I'm pretty certain what I'm doing now is a wee bit lackluster and could certainly use some polishing. I feel that an unpolished video may detract from the actual information it's supposed to convey. The ultimate goal is basically to be able to consistently achieve the first two with little to no hurdles. Even without additional funding, I will still continue to do what I can, so I'm not planning on going anywhere, I promise! I appreciate all the positive comments and information I've received from many viewers over the years, and is what has helped motivate me to try to do better and grow! 

While at the moment I can't offer any particular rewards/perks to patrons, other than continued production of videos, depending on how things go in the future, I'm hoping this may change for the better. However, patrons will get sneak peeks of projects in the works! Also, please keep in mind that the content and methods of production still ultimately remain under my control, but where possible and reasonable, I will be open to suggestions regarding what sorts of things to make videos on. 

If you've made it this far, I thank you for taking the time to read, and if you're here because you enjoy my content, thank you for watching and your continued support! 

See you on the 'bench!


Goals
$2 of $100 per month
Many of the pending video projects need just that little push to get it on the BIG (or small) screen. With your support, we can get the little guys off shelf limbo and onto the 'bench! Say it with me: 

Off the shelf and onto the 'bench!
Off the she..... ah, you get the idea.
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Hi! A lot of people know me as "The Workbench" on YouTube, but the truth is, that's not my real name. It's actually Alex Ramirez.  Also, I'm not actually a bench... But that's besides the point. 

If you're here, then you're probably well aware that I enjoy working with electronics. I like making videos about topics and subjects with information that I believe may benefit other people, people who also enjoy the DIY side of things. I love sharing knowledge and also learning things from others, and that's where this Patreon page come into play. 

At the moment, I'm only able to make and release a new video every once in a while as time/funding constraints make it difficult to pump them out at a rate which I would like. However, with your help and support, we could make it a much more regular thing! I have a long backlog of pending projects to share, which are on hold because I specifically intend to use them for videos in the future. There are many topics which I would love to share more of with everyone, topics including: 

Teardowns
Repair of common, everyday electronics
Vintage electronics
"From the ground up" projects
Electronics demos
Mechanical/Motorized projects
Video game related electronics
and more! 

Funding for videos would go towards parts, supplies, better lighting/audio, equipment/tools, and other minor things necessary to just keep me alive enough to produce quality content. :P

My primary goal is to produce at least one new video a week, but eventually attempt to grow that number, with a secondary goal of increasing the quality of the content, as I'm pretty certain what I'm doing now is a wee bit lackluster and could certainly use some polishing. I feel that an unpolished video may detract from the actual information it's supposed to convey. The ultimate goal is basically to be able to consistently achieve the first two with little to no hurdles. Even without additional funding, I will still continue to do what I can, so I'm not planning on going anywhere, I promise! I appreciate all the positive comments and information I've received from many viewers over the years, and is what has helped motivate me to try to do better and grow! 

While at the moment I can't offer any particular rewards/perks to patrons, other than continued production of videos, depending on how things go in the future, I'm hoping this may change for the better. However, patrons will get sneak peeks of projects in the works! Also, please keep in mind that the content and methods of production still ultimately remain under my control, but where possible and reasonable, I will be open to suggestions regarding what sorts of things to make videos on. 

If you've made it this far, I thank you for taking the time to read, and if you're here because you enjoy my content, thank you for watching and your continued support! 

See you on the 'bench!


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