I made a Studio set-up years ago out of galvanised electricians conduit, very cheaply.
I made a snoot out of a plastic tractor PTO guard, the farm supply shop gave it to me.
Recently I made a pano' head, although it still needs work and is no where as good as spraynprays. It does enable me to shoot in portrait mode and attaches to my macro focus rail so I can get the nodal point in the right place.
I have made lots of small diffusers for the built in flash of my D300, some out of coffee mugs, but found bubble wrap works best. (Emergency use only).
I have a small macro table... well actually it's quite large, made out of plastic low pressure plumbing pipes and connectors. It has a perspex top and I made it the same size as my 90cm light cube and also I can shine a light up from underneath it. It is also collapsible, I had to colour code the joints as it has cross brackets too to make it really sturdy.
I have lots of assorted clamps for holding small reflectors or keeping flower stems still out doors. I used stiff electrical cable of various diameters and some times had to plait them to make them study enough for larger reflectors.