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Desktop Trash Cans

Desktop Trash Cans

Keep your desk organized and tidy with these tiny replicas of the garbage and recycling bins that dot alleys and curbsides around your neighborhood. Measuring in at about 5″ tall, they’re perfect for holding pens, pencils, rulers, and scissors. Available in traditional blue/green, grey/yellow, or pink/purple combos.

Co/Studio Portable Workstation

Co/Studio Portable Workstation

Just because you’re a road warrior doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a good work space. The Co/Studio is a portable office that fits into your backpack. It includes a laptop power bank, wireless charger, organizer wallet, folding mouse pad, and a versatile desk pad that doubles as a privacy shield, laptop stand, and more.

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Pocket NC V2 Milling Machine

Pocket NC V2 Milling Machine

A brief look at the Pocket NC V2, an amazingly compact and precise 5-axis milling machine that’s small enough to put on your workbench. This desktop manufacturing marvel costs just under five grand, tens of thousands of dollars less than most 5-axis machines.

Workperch Workspace Goods

Workperch Workspace Goods

Dress up your desktop with these premium wool felt pads from Workperch. They come in light grey, dark grey, or black, and the matching mousepad has an acrylic and cork backing layer. They also offer an acrylic and cork desk mat if you prefer a smoother work surface.

Recycled Skateboard Pencil Holder

Recycled Skateboard Pencil Holder

Jeff Gray of Scene3Designs makes all sorts of nifty items by stacking, sanding, and laminating layers of cutoff wood from a skateboard maker. One of our faves is this pencil holder. We’d love to see him make a version that holds tools too.

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