December 11, 2018

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Meetings
Previous Meeting: November 27, 2018 Meeting Procedure Next Meeting: December 18, 2018

Coordinates

Time: 7:30 PM Space: Anchor Building, 2929 Spring Grove Ave.

Meeting Agenda

Housekeeping

  • Noise Curfew - Quiet hours are 10:30pm to 7am.
  • Shelf B is up for grabs. New stuff goes on Shelf C.
  • Liability waivers must be legible.
  • Broken things at the Hive? E-mail broken@hive13.org to report them.

Old Business

  • Tuesday Talks are coming back
    • Don't necessarily *have* to be the second Tuesday
    • If you know of someone who could give an interesting talk, drop us a line.

New Business

  • Campbell Hausfeld rep email - possible interaction with Hive to review/test pneumatic stuff

Upcoming events

  • Upcoming craft night (sewing, fabric, etc.) mailing list item to follow

Votes

  • Next week worktable vote. See mailing list

Minutes

  • Housekeeping
    • Reminders were delivered as per the agenda.
    • Shelf B is up for grabs. New stuff goes on shelf C.
    • If you "find" a broken tool, email broken@hive13.org
  • Old Business
    • Tuesday Talks will return next year.
    • We're still seeking a speaker for January.
    • American Sign museum will discuss neon sign fabrication in February.
  • New Business
    • Brad received an inquiry about holding a learn to solder event for a scout troop.
    • We had an inquiry from Campbell Hausfeld, a pneumatic tool vendor. They might provide tools for testing in exchange for our reviews.
  • The Week in Wiki
  • Upcoming Events
    • Kevin will host a fabric crafts night sometime in January.
    • Bionic Tigers is seeking some software development help. This is being coordinated on the slack robot jocks channel. Possibly Wednesday next week.
  • Votes
    • Kevin proposes a $1600? vote for materials to construct 5 heavy duty general purpose worktables. Two would have steel tops. Three would have replaceable MDF tops. See the mailing list for details.
  • Round of Tuit
    • Jeremy Y- Fabricobbling some tool handles, setting up shelves.
    • Chris H- Creating a high resolution scan of the hive.
    • Greg A - Worked with Dave to improve the heater serving the annex and the next door stained glass shop. Worked on intweb, and the Lounge lighting controllers.
    • Jim - Working on the RFID badge tool lockout boxes. Making a wood pallet to move some machinery.
    • Brad - Working on an analog synth kit with his son. Buying more sh..tuff at auction.
    • Kevin - Built a base cabinet for the scroll saw. Working on his wood inlay boxes.
    • Ryan - Working on the can crusher.
    • Dave V - Making acrylic storage bins using the laser cutter and plastic bender. Assembling robot arms for ispace.
    • Drew - Discovering the pleasure of home electrical work.
    • Franklin - Working on his home theater setup.
    • Nancy - Making progress on her peg loom setup.
    • Uwe - First visit. Tool and die maker by trade. Acquaintance of Brad.
    • Will - Aspiring member. Bought a house. Working on duct sealing.
    • Matt - First visit. Works at a startup in Dayton, looking for a local workshop.
    • Vicente - Working on a line following robot.