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*FabLab
*FabLab
**Put tools away
**Put tools away
**Discard Lasercut Scrap  
**Discard Lasercut Scrap
**Wipe dust from surfaces
**Wipe dust from surfaces
**Clean the Laser - [[Big laser cutter|See process here]]
**Clean the Laser - [[Big laser cutter|See process here]]
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=Past Cleanups=
=Past Cleanups=
6/13/15
*General space cleanup.
*Brainstormed over how to make the next one better.
Snackage: Root Beer Floats.
7/11/15
*General Space Cleanup.
Snackage: Grillout with Hamburgers, Bratwursts, Hot dogs, and Sausage.
=Gallery=
=Gallery=



Revision as of 09:19, 12 February 2019

Overview

With our space being a shared space, the Hive can get quite messy at times. So on the second Saturday of every month, members will come down to the hive to get the hive kicked back into shape. Those who come and help out are usually compensated with some form of edible treats or foods for their time and effort.

Current Schedule

Second Saturday of the month.

What to clean

Every cleanup

  • Clean the restroom
  • Clean the conference room
  • Sweep and mop the main area
  • Clean the kitchen sink
  • Clean kitchen counters
  • Vacuum metal shavings off of metal shop machines. Clean out the chip trays.
  • Empty all garbage bins.
  • Blow out the server rack
  • Wood Shop:
    • Run air filter during all cleaning
    • Clean sawdust out of table saw cabinet
    • Throw away small scraps from scrap shelves
    • Move and sweep under outfeed table and workbench
    • Vacuum out each tool
    • Empty dust collection
    • Sweep under CNC
    • Check adjustment of band saw
    • Sweep general area surfaces and floor
    • Check air filter filters, order replacement if needed
  • FabLab
    • Put tools away
    • Discard Lasercut Scrap
    • Wipe dust from surfaces
    • Clean the Laser - See process here
    • Leave time to align the laser.

Past Cleanups

Gallery

  • Note: Didn't take a before picture for the first cleanup. Just assume it looked bad,