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* Shop tool turnover
 
* Shop tool turnover
 
* Mike--interest in DIY-bio workshop with Genomikon?
 
* Mike--interest in DIY-bio workshop with Genomikon?
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* Power tool drag racing in columbus in feb.
  
 
== Attendees ==
 
== Attendees ==
  
 
*Mike--Router
 
*Mike--Router
*Rob-visitor
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*Rob-visitor (welcome!)
 
*Ian (president)--bought kitchen stuff and putt it on wiki
 
*Ian (president)--bought kitchen stuff and putt it on wiki
 
*Dave-replaced Router
 
*Dave-replaced Router
*Nancy-gave someone a sweing lesson
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*Nancy-gave someone a sewing lesson
 
*Jordan
 
*Jordan
 
*Jon-space wrangler (COO)--working on CNC mill this week!
 
*Jon-space wrangler (COO)--working on CNC mill this week!
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*Ryan--played with home network,  
 
*Ryan--played with home network,  
 
*Tiffany (remote attendee)--passed closed defense
 
*Tiffany (remote attendee)--passed closed defense
*Dave (remote attendee)
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*Dave B(remote attendee)
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*Emily
  
 
= Minutes =
 
= Minutes =
  
Cameras
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*Cameras--running wires tomorrow night! Please help!
Ian will not be around this weekend--let Ian know before thursday
+
'
We need to know if there will be enough T-shirt orders for a price-break... $13 per T-shirt if we buy $50
+
*Tshirts:
They will be printed by custom ink.
+
**Ian sent out the design to the mailing list, it's the same design as last time.
Jon asked about quality, Ian provided reassurance.
+
**If we order enough we get a price-break... $13 per T-shirt if we buy $50.
Ian--we should also possibly look at business cards/stickers.
+
**Ian will be sending out order form.  Hive will be buying some extras for future swag too.
Jon--vinyl stickers are nice.  Dave--will follow up with the guy we got them from last time.  Stickermule?
+
**They will be printed by Custom Ink.
 
+
**Jon asked about quality, Ian provided reassurance.
*Tools--Jim opened up the discussion
+
**Ian--we should also possibly look at business cards/stickers.
*we should start with a survey.   
+
**Jon--vinyl stickers are nice.  Dave--will follow up with the guy we got them from last time.  Stickermule?
*Table saw, which was owned by Ed, has been taken back.
+
'
*Price range for table saw ranges from $200 to $2000.
+
*Tools--Jim opened up the discussion, which lasted ~15 min with many people contributing.   
*Belt sander for ~200 would be great.
+
**Table saw, which was owned by Ed, has been taken back.
*More ideas--sheet metal roller, metal working tools, etc.
+
**Jon:  Price range for table saw is wide: from $200 to $2000.
*sheet metal break
+
**What other woodworking/metalworking tools do people want?
*Jon--we have a bit of money to buy tools.
+
***Jon--Belt sander for ~$200.
*Shaddox--we should have kiln? Jon--we have one but its broke.  Probably something with wiring.
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***Sheet metal roller
*Jon--time frame...?
+
***Sheet metal break
*Jim will spearhead a committee.
+
***Shaddox--kiln? Jon--we have one but its broken.  Probably something with wiring.
*Hive has about $21K in the bank.
+
***Ryan--Router table (we used to have one as part of the table saw)
 +
**Hive has about $21K right now.
 +
**Plan going forward: start looking for a table saw, max price $1000. This will be up for online vote.
 +
**Next step: survey the membership
 +
**Jim will spearhead a committee.  Jon and John are helping, contact Jim if you want to help too.
 +
'
 
*Suggestion of basic safety course for tools.
 
*Suggestion of basic safety course for tools.
**Jim, + John2.0 can do a monthly training course.
+
**This has been suggested before--it has been slow going
**Bureau of workers comp will train people on shop safety for free.
+
**Jim, + John2.0 can do a monthly training course for table saw
*Hutch--what's a good saw? Some discussion ensued.
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***Bureau of workers comp will train people on shop safety for free.
*Ryan--router table was part of last table saw, perhaps we should get one
+
'
 
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*Mike: DIY bio
Mike: DIY bio
+
**MIke's been looking at DIYbio projects
 
+
**There is a new kit called "Genomikon" that allows DNA hacking of bacteria with minimial equipment
 +
**Kit is $395, plus we would need an incubator, a fridge, and pipetters
 +
**Are people excited about this idea? Objections?...attendees seemed supportive.
 +
**what do you think is a good price point for a workshop where you would "hack" a fluorescent gene into bacteria?
 +
**Jon--$30?
 +
**Some discussion about finding lab equipment--ebay, LabX?
 +
**Mike may do a "2nd Tuesday" talk about DIYbio
 +
**Dave B, from webcam: may be doing a circuits talk soon.
 +
'
 
Jim--Power tool drag racing
 
Jim--Power tool drag racing
 
**Maker faire at museum center next year
 
**Maker faire at museum center next year
**February 2nd tool show in columbus--invitation to take up the track
+
**February 2nd tool show in Columbus--invitation to take the track there
 
+
**If the show will pay for truck/gas etc, interested Hive members will likely have the opportunity to do some tool racing in Feb.
 +
'
 
*Ian wants a hive-shaped cookie cutter.
 
*Ian wants a hive-shaped cookie cutter.
**Will probably do a stencil to decorate it.
+
**Will probably do a stencil to decorate cookies.
 
+
'
 +
*Ian will not be around this weekend.  If you need him to do something, find him before Thursday. or do it yourself.
 +
'
 
*Emily--has some stuff to donate if anyone wants it: broken paint sprayer and "chandelier" portion of a ceiling fan
 
*Emily--has some stuff to donate if anyone wants it: broken paint sprayer and "chandelier" portion of a ceiling fan

Latest revision as of 20:37, 10 December 2013

Meetings
Previous Meeting: December 3, 2013 Meeting Procedure Next Meeting: December 17, 2013

Coordinates

Time: 7:30 PM

Space: Anchor Building, 2929 Spring Grove Ave.

Agenda

Old Business

  • Snow was lame and caused game day cancellation
  • Space Rehab
    • Security camera setup postponed--It will start 5-ish tomorrow night. 4 cables need to be run.
    • Roof leak
  • T-shirts--design was sent out to list

New Business

  • New acquisitions/donations for kitchen
  • Shop tool turnover
  • Mike--interest in DIY-bio workshop with Genomikon?
  • Power tool drag racing in columbus in feb.

Attendees

  • Mike--Router
  • Rob-visitor (welcome!)
  • Ian (president)--bought kitchen stuff and putt it on wiki
  • Dave-replaced Router
  • Nancy-gave someone a sewing lesson
  • Jordan
  • Jon-space wrangler (COO)--working on CNC mill this week!
  • Dave(m)--did Xmas shopping
  • Jim--buying stuff for holiday making, grandfather clock and cindy-lou
  • Chris-scraped off car
  • Hutch--shield for CNC arduino
  • Shadoxx AKA Brandon--aruduino stuff, and tire changing
  • Ryan--played with home network,
  • Tiffany (remote attendee)--passed closed defense
  • Dave B(remote attendee)
  • Emily

Minutes

  • Cameras--running wires tomorrow night! Please help!

'

  • Tshirts:
    • Ian sent out the design to the mailing list, it's the same design as last time.
    • If we order enough we get a price-break... $13 per T-shirt if we buy $50.
    • Ian will be sending out order form. Hive will be buying some extras for future swag too.
    • They will be printed by Custom Ink.
    • Jon asked about quality, Ian provided reassurance.
    • Ian--we should also possibly look at business cards/stickers.
    • Jon--vinyl stickers are nice. Dave--will follow up with the guy we got them from last time. Stickermule?

'

  • Tools--Jim opened up the discussion, which lasted ~15 min with many people contributing.
    • Table saw, which was owned by Ed, has been taken back.
    • Jon: Price range for table saw is wide: from $200 to $2000.
    • What other woodworking/metalworking tools do people want?
      • Jon--Belt sander for ~$200.
      • Sheet metal roller
      • Sheet metal break
      • Shaddox--kiln? Jon--we have one but its broken. Probably something with wiring.
      • Ryan--Router table (we used to have one as part of the table saw)
    • Hive has about $21K right now.
    • Plan going forward: start looking for a table saw, max price $1000. This will be up for online vote.
    • Next step: survey the membership
    • Jim will spearhead a committee. Jon and John are helping, contact Jim if you want to help too.

'

  • Suggestion of basic safety course for tools.
    • This has been suggested before--it has been slow going
    • Jim, + John2.0 can do a monthly training course for table saw
      • Bureau of workers comp will train people on shop safety for free.

'

  • Mike: DIY bio
    • MIke's been looking at DIYbio projects
    • There is a new kit called "Genomikon" that allows DNA hacking of bacteria with minimial equipment
    • Kit is $395, plus we would need an incubator, a fridge, and pipetters
    • Are people excited about this idea? Objections?...attendees seemed supportive.
    • what do you think is a good price point for a workshop where you would "hack" a fluorescent gene into bacteria?
    • Jon--$30?
    • Some discussion about finding lab equipment--ebay, LabX?
    • Mike may do a "2nd Tuesday" talk about DIYbio
    • Dave B, from webcam: may be doing a circuits talk soon.

' Jim--Power tool drag racing

    • Maker faire at museum center next year
    • February 2nd tool show in Columbus--invitation to take the track there
    • If the show will pay for truck/gas etc, interested Hive members will likely have the opportunity to do some tool racing in Feb.

'

  • Ian wants a hive-shaped cookie cutter.
    • Will probably do a stencil to decorate cookies.

'

  • Ian will not be around this weekend. If you need him to do something, find him before Thursday. or do it yourself.

'

  • Emily--has some stuff to donate if anyone wants it: broken paint sprayer and "chandelier" portion of a ceiling fan