June 19, 2018

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Meetings
Previous Meeting: June 12, 2018 Meeting Procedure Next Meeting: June 26, 2018

Coordinates

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

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.
  • Label your personal supplies & tools.
  • Try to get your stuff in your Member Storage spots in a box of some sort. Request new storage spots on https://intweb.at.hive13.org
  • At the end of the meeting, please put your chair back on the cart.
  • Reminder, we are a community. Keep the space clean. If you need to have a mess, claim it on the mailing list. Use the mailing list if you are going to do a long job or will need some equipment for a specific time.

Old Business

  • Space re-organization
    • Greg and Ryan put together a master plan, including prerequisites
    • Electrical work is all done.
    • The second A/C in the annex is getting installed.
    • The windows have been caulked; during the next rain, we'll check for more leaks.
    • Old electronics equipment is set out on the green table and free to a good home.
    • Date for Fab Lab move is this Saturday, June 23rd. Please consider showing up to help.
  • Roofing Update
  • Laser Status
  • Sandblasting Cabinet - see mailing list for discussion
  • Metalworking Tools - also see mailing list

New Business

  • Delta Dorks Update

This Week in Wiki

  • Ian fixed some double redirects.

Upcoming events

  • Need to decide on next Saturday Cleanup in July.
  • Next Board Meeting July 9th.
  • Annual Meeting July 24th.
    • Official notice will be sent out soon.
    • Consider running for an officer or board position.

Votes

  • Repair the big laser
    • Proposed by Lorin
    • $2050
    • Components
      • 2 EFR or RECI 100W CO2 laser tubes. ~$800-$1000
        • Shipping costs will be high due to the length of these tubes (1.5 meters).
        • It would be cheaper to purchase a spare tube in the same shipment to save money, as well as prevent future down-time.
      • Electrical repair parts. $200-$400 (worst case -- IF a new HV power supply was needed)
        • Mirrors, lenses, and other replacements $50
        • Industrial controls / safety & protection $100-$200
          • Coolant flow switch
          • Overcurrent relay for tube
          • Over-temperature switch
          • Coolant level sensor
          • Proper wiring & status indicators
      • Padding for shipping costs, duty, etc. $400
  • Next week: Socket sets

Minutes

Old Business

  • Space re-organization
    • Greg and Ryan put together a master plan, including prerequisites
    • Electrical work is all done.
    • The second A/C in the annex is getting installed.
    • The windows have been caulked; during the next rain, we'll check for more leaks.
    • Old electronics equipment is set out on the green table and free to a good home.
    • Date for Fab Lab move is this Saturday, June 23rd. Please consider showing up to help.
  • Nothing new on the roofing.
  • Sandblasting - check the mailing list
  • Metalworking - air tools are in, discussing bigger tools
  • Delta Dorks
    • Dave worked in CAD on the carriage.

New Business

  • Cleanup July 14th.
  • Annual Meeting coming up
    • Look out for the official notice
    • We will be doing online voting of one sort or another
  • Kevin has fixed the spindle sander.
  • Usman thought about adding a shower
    • The debate went as always: it's a nice idea, but there are some gotcha
  • Maker Faire coming up in September.
    • Repair activity
    • We need people to participate
  • Please provide input as to the wood shop layout.

Votes

  • Ian proposed a vote for a new AP.
  • Brad has a vote for tools next week.
  • Laser repair vote
    • 11 members, 3 abstain, 0 no, 8 yes
    • 8 yes online votes

Frisbee Round

  • Ian - finance website
  • Usman - has a project, is moving, is building a desk for his new place
  • Mark - friend of Usman, showed up with zero context, interesting to hear and see all the projects
  • Dave = frustrated vith Slicer PE, can't get prints to stick, might have wet filament
  • Greg - installed A/C, prepping for Fab Lab move, intweb work
  • Ryan - prepping for Fab Lab move
  • Brad - son went to a lot of grad parties, Check Engine light came on, refreshing Python
  • Jeremy - fixed turn signals, not filled with cancer
  • Chris - welded, made a letter opener
  • Nancy - dealt with toothache, had wisdom tooth removed
  • Will - family stuff, set up the auto waterer for the rabbits, Home Depot bucket water tower
  • Kevin - fixed spindle sander
  • Charlie - visiting, went to Michigan Burning Man event
  • Kerensa - mumble, family time, 3D printed a pencil sharpener