I'm learning how to do surgical work on my watches.
Every so often while setting micro screws, one of my spastic moves results in them flicking away (even with screw setting tweezers). I have a 2'x4' surface and use a generous sized cupboard mat that prevents bouncing 99% of the time (one of those soft rubber things with perforations in them).
1% of the time they'll miss the table's edge and it's hands, knees and a flashlight looking for DNA sized pieces in my lap or on the floor.
Other than an enclosed cabinet with sealed rubber gloves, can anyone tell me how a guy with poor aim can insure his bits stay on the work surface?
My knees would thank you.