Things will get scrapped soon.
We might want them as sidewalk signs for the “Grand Opening”. We have a large nondescript building with no signage.
Agreed… signage for events is needed. — Pete Prodoehl 2013/02/05 10:13
Source material for the aluminum furnace. Needs to be separated from the steel rods with the hydraulic press.
This is a massive pile. Lets not hoard it all.
The idea was to hoard the aluminum and scrap the steel.
Needs to be organized and put together with other wiring stuff, its a material source for the space
We are not a scrap yard.
I think this was originally saved for future wiring at Chase.
Most of it can probably be sold for scrap when we're done with wiring at Lenox.
Larger gauges can be saved for the electric car guys.
Dave Brill offered this up, and I said I would take it, but if someone else wants it, it's all yours! (If no one takes it, I may grab some parts from it.) — Pete Prodoehl 2013/02/05 08:11
He is no longer a member. This has been here for a while. don't think he wants it.
I'm not a member, but I'm still overlord of the wiki MUAAAAHAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAhhhhh….. okay…. I don't need any of that stuff. To the hack rack with it all, I say! If someone really wants a 1975 Heathkit TV, it's all theirs. I've tried to sell it a number of times, so don't bet on it being worth anything. :P –Ross
Stock it with Arduinos?
I think this belongs to Jason H? (How about putting his name on it?)
One way or another, he should take charge of it.
Royce offered Grave Digger to me to build a new Power Wheels Car this year… if need be, I can rent a pallet to keep it on. — Pete Prodoehl 2013/02/05 08:12
I'd say that this belongs to Brent, but also, it is a tool that we should get operational for everyone to use. I would like to use it at some point. — Pete Prodoehl 2013/02/05 08:13
I dare you to scrap these
2 of these are for Michael Bubolz. What about the other two?
They're Tom's. I think the original idea was that we'd have enough parts for one usable lathe. But they're all restorable. See Tom if you want one.
It's a table saw. We can probably get rid of it.
Can we sell it? Craigslist, or a member, perhaps? — Pete Prodoehl 2013/02/05 08:14