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  1. Having tried a few options, I'm still wondering what the best surface is to build on. I find that anything too smooth, like a table, makes small or round parts roll or slide off too easily. I have been using a white beach towel, which has enough friction to keep parts in place, but it still folds too easily. Has anyone found an ideal surface to work on, besides a table (or carpet)?
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