[Build] [Noisebridge-discuss] organization of shop & lumber near elevator
longobord at gmail.com
Sun Dec 20 17:55:37 PST 2009
I think it's great that you took all the stuff out of the elevator room.
People who need to use the elevator will almost always have difficulty
navigating around obstacles.
Getting to the bottom of the hill is convenient. The view from the top of
the hill is stunning. Where would you choose to live?
On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 4:09 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
> +4 (there are four points below) with thanks to both
> john and michael.
> I LIKE THE IDEA THAT THE MATERIALS THAT ARE THERE ARE
> TO BE USED FOR BUILD OUT, NOT FOR ANYONE'S PERSONAL
> On Sat, 2009-12-19 at 15:54 -0800, John Magolske wrote:
> > Last night myself and Micheal Kan continued with organizing the shop
> > area, getting it into a more usable shape. We put up a pegboard in
> > the work area over the red tool-chest things we picked up last month,
> > cleaned off the central work table, started clearing out the metal
> > shelves, and moved the piles of scrap lumber out of the elevator room
> > onto those shelves.
> > In moving the wood to the shop, we attempted to organize it by type
> > and size. This was a rough first-pass attempt. The hope is to maintain
> > and evolve a somewhat orderly & usable system over time, using these
> > shelves & their surrounding area for the storage of materials.
> > Some related thoughts:
> > * It would be good to keep the elevator room relatively clear
> > so that folks using the elevator to get in & out of the space
> > needn't navigate excess clutter.
> > * When using the shop, please try to clean up after your creative
> > adventures, leave work-surfaces clean & clear, etc, so that the
> > next person experiences maximal flow while pursuing their creative
> > adventures. I realize organizational systems in the shop are still
> > somewhat in disarray ('tis hard to know where things go, etc.),
> > but we hope to improve this situation by January, putting up more
> > shelves, sorting stuff into bins, lots of labeling, signage, etc.
> > * Folks who use the shop area and/or have need to deal with depositing
> > and retrieving lumber & stuff for buildout-related activities may
> > have thoughts & suggestions...please pass them along (ie, not
> > everything will or should fit into the shop area). I am interested
> > in implementing general storage rack solutions.
> > * Please try to leave the more choice bits of lumber for use in
> > building out 2169. This way when someone is laboring in the space
> > trying to make it more usable for all in their (too often limited)
> > free time, they can spend less time running around to lumber stores.
> > John
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