20200813 Plenum

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What are you currently working on?

Tell everyone about your current projects and stuff you've done for the space

  • Christoph: Regal bauen , Blumen gießen
  • Jan: Gaming Area einrichten. Licht
  • Theresa: real life work
  • German: Essen
  • Tobi: Hausbus (knx)
  • Jonas: Vereinsarbeit orga
  • Roger: Gaming Area, Vereinsarbeit
  • Alexander: Sporadisch ab und zu im lab, keine Projekte
  • P373r: Kanu reparieren und verkaufen
  • Chris: Thinkpad reparieren, tunen
  • Aaron: Kleinere Projekte, Holzstücke gebeizt, Regal und cable management für den Tisch

Say Thank you

Let's say thank you to those who did some awesome stuff for the space since the last plenum

  • German for organising hand sweeper
  • Bernhard and Aaron for removing the pit rail
  • German for reviewing & update a lot of wiki pages
  • Meier, Sven, German for building the laser lounge sign and Aaron for lighting the new laser-lounge sign
  • German and Bernhard for building the plant tubs
  • Joe for organising soil and some plants
  • Bernhard for donating some plants
  • Bernhard for all the work on the CNC mill
  • Bernhard and German for bringing the CNC exhaust online for testing
  • German & meier for building the presentation shelve
  • Meier, German, Peter, Aaron for building the floor over the pit
  • Theresa for cleaning the drinks fridge
  • German and Meier for fixing and hanging up the LED sign over the workshop door, as well as hanging up the Whiteboards
  • German and Meier for cleaning the laser cube
  • German and Meier for building the base box under the circular saw
  • Jan, Adrian, Roger, Bernhard for setting up the gaming area
  • Meier and German for sorting and organizing the tool cabinet at the workshop wall
  • Severin for installing light in the end of the pit
  • Bernhard for making and installing the aluminum (sic! ;)) plate on the workshop door.
  • German and Aaron for encasing the laser cutter cooling lines
  • Meier for watering the plants (almost every day)
  • Chris for making a mount for Bluetooth adapter mount at the LaserBox

Stuff from the past

What was discussed at the last Plenum? What's the current status of those things? 20200709 Plenum

budgets per department

We have discussed this last time. I think that the ability to purchase stuff with the budget should be bound to the responsibilities of the "area" the budget relies in. We should also clarify that budget does not "stack up", e.g. if you don't use the budget in the given timeframe, it won't be added up magically. Consumables should be excluded from the budget. My proposals for departments I feel like giving my two cents:

  • E-Corner: 20€ monthly (solder, soldering station tips, misc. parts, re-buying cables)
  • Kitchen: 15€ monthly (towels, tools that go missing, special cleaning supplies)

Jan: also audio and lights team to be discussed at the next Plenum.

approved

3D printers

printers are ordered and will be delivered end of august/beginning of september old printers will be moved to the 3d laser cube roof until next plenum, Adrian will take care of this

budgets per department

We have discussed this last time. I think that the ability to purchase stuff with the budget should be bound to the responsibilities of the "area" the budget relies in. We should also clarify that budget does not "stack up", e.g. if you don't use the budget in the given timeframe, it won't be added up magically. Consumables should be excluded from the budget. My proposals for departments I feel like giving my two cents:

  • E-Corner: 20€ monthly (solder, soldering station tips, misc. parts, re-buying cables)
  • Kitchen: 15€ monthly (towels, tools that go missing, special cleaning supplies)

--C22 (talk) 12:05, 27 July 2020 (CEST)

Anything you don't feel comfortable within the space? What would you like to change or to be changed?

Is there anything that's bothering you?

Lasercutter upload errors

The Lasercutter has random upload errors. ( e.g. it takes the same time to upload a 2mb file as it takes to upload a 37mb file) when talking to Rene he suggested the flash drive of the Lasercontroller might be broken. The problem was temporarily resolved by formatting the internal memory, but now keeps recurring. --BotoxBitch

Aaron mentions the water protect is annoying. The exhaust is leaking air outside (the part that goes up the wall) and needs to be fixed. @BotoxBitch please bring topic to next Plenum, we were unsure if it's a chip or usb drive... need more details :D

Using or modifying dangerous machines

Do not touch machines unless someone "certified" has told you how to properly use the machine and what safety precautions to use. The current events showed that there are always people who don't understand this rule, to prevent them from causing harm to themselves, others or expensive machinery the CNC Mill has been secured with a lock. (same reasons and rules like we have for the tablesaw "Tischkreissäge") The wiki page clearly states to talk to me (more "Ansprechpartner" are in training) before using the Mill. I will do my best to provide as much accessibility to the mill, for people willing to do some milling. --BotoxBitch

Noted. Bernhard has already given a first workshop to a couple of people. If you have questions about the Mill, please direct them to Bernhard.

Safety equipment that disappeared

One of the new goggles and one ear protection disappeared from the workshop. Please make sure you always return safety equipment, it is not free to take :-) --C22 (talk) 11:12, 10 August 2020 (CEST) has been added to things to buy. If you accidentally took anything, please return it :-)

Light Team

I'd like to introduce a new team that works on bringing lovely colors to our beautiful lab. more LEDs=more good

  • will be a mini job
  • a team will take care of the introduction, maintenance, ...
  • the idea is to keep certain standards for accessibility and safety

Things that should be consumables?

Just a list of things that should probably be on the consumables list: --C22 (talk) 12:05, 27 July 2020 (CEST)

  • Isopropanol - 10L/around 35€/interval 3 month (at least for the time being, but even after the pandemic, it is great to have some around for cleaning)
  • Destilled water - 5L/1,60€/same interval (see above)
  • Papier-Werkstatt-Tücher (blue rolls) 6 rolls with 500 papers each/25€/interval 3 month
  • Vacuum bags (generic, not original Kärcher) 10pcs/~20€/6 month interval
  • Change dishwashing tabs to "Dishwashing supplies" to cover dishwasher salt & rinse aid
  • Add "common bits" (for the workshop) (especially the torx, pz/ph ones wear out fast)
  • Sandpaper and angle grinder discs

See Consumables

approved 11/12

Things for Newsletter, Social Media & Website News

  • Aaron sent pics and it works, all stuff appeared on social media
  • Last month social media picked up quite a lot.

Things to Buy

approved 10/12

  • Drill sharpener. Most of the drills we have in the workshop are dull. Instead of buying new drills over and over again we could sharpen them ourselves. https://www.amazon.de/Schleifger%C3%A4t-Bohrer-Bohrerschleifger%C3%A4t-Metall-Bohrer-sch%C3%A4rfen/dp/B081B4CYZJ. ~€45 lookst to be identical to Holzmann Maschinen BSG 13E and Optimum Bohrerschleifgerät GQ-D13 --Meier (talk) 13:00, 16 July 2020 (CEST)
  • After talking to "Meier" we agreed on putting up the Bernardo BSM 495€ as an alternative. this machine allows us to sharpen drill bits more precisely than the cheap machine and also to point out the tips of the drill bits, so they cut way better into metal.
  • Another option was to get rid of the old "Schleifbock", buy a new powerful one Metabo Schleifbock 350€ and show a few people how to grind drills by hand (grinding disks are a lot less expensive, machine is multi purpose, risk of damaging the machine due to wrong handling compared to a bsm is a lot lower.) --BotoxBitch (talk)

approved 8/10 for Schleifbock. No votes for other options.

approved 9/10

  • 3 packs of whiteboard markers for the whiteboards we put back up (~16€) + 3 sponges (~8€) so the whiteboards are useable again. (Whiteboards: Community, Laser/3D, Kitchen) --C22 (talk) 11:30, 19 July 2020 (CEST)

approved 9/10

  • M32 wiring conduit 6*3m for installing compressed air hoses in the workshop. (~20€ combined) + 3*10 mounting clamps (~ 12€ combined) + 15€ for unforseen purchases related to this = 47 € total --Meier (talk) 20:14, 4 August 2020 (CEST)

approved 9/10

  • 2 ear protection - 14€ each, 1 as spare, 1 as replacement for the missing one --C22 (talk) 11:12, 10 August 2020 (CEST)

approved 10/10

  • Stuff to fix the laser exhaust (~30€ max)

approved 8/10(oderso)