[Build] Conduits towards darkroom

Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Mon Jan 18 18:08:38 PST 2010


> If someone is willing to show me how to do the electrical wiring (and
> is permitted to touch darkroom-related matters) I'd be willing to do
> that too.

I know that some amount of darkroom wiring has been done, but I'm not
sure where we're at on it.  I think that the current unfinished bits
imply most of our requirements.  There will be two light switches (the
actual hardware for these may require some thought) to two separate
ceiling fixtures, as well as a 150 cfm fan that we still need to
acquire.  There's a fan floating around that's 70cfm that we gave to
Scott for the bathroom because it's a little low for the darkroom.
We'll also be starting ductwork soon, and at that point it makes an
awful lot of sense for us to work closely with the bathroom buildout,
since we both have to do ducts out to the window.

In any case, I'll be around a lot and feel free to ping me via email
or sms for any of this. I'll send my phone number offlist to anyone
who needs it.

-Kelly

On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 6:01 PM, Ian Atha <thatha at thatha.org> wrote:
> The conduit from the supply closet to the darkroom is now complete. I
> will eventually replace one of the ceiling-facing brackets with a
> toggle bolt purely to be on the safe side.
>
>
> Someone should look at it and make sure there isn't anything that
> blatantly violates the relevant safety codes.
>
> If someone is willing to show me how to do the electrical wiring (and
> is permitted to touch darkroom-related matters) I'd be willing to do
> that too.
>
> In an unrelated matter, a number of preexisting pipes and conduits
> have brackets that are about to fall off. (I touched one of them and
> it actually fell down). I will eventually replace them with toggle
> bolts and caulk up the holes.
>
> ian.
>
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 06:42, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
>>
>>   yes, jim at well.com is my email. thanks lots!
>> you certainly have saved me some time. i'll
>> be there today (friday 3 PM to 6 PM), though
>> busy with other things, but able to check it
>> out and answer questions if you're there.
>>   there's plenty more to do, so if you like
>> this kind of stuff, i'll be glad to work with
>> you and show you what i know.
>>   scott mills is probably more skilled and
>> knowledgeable than i, so if you want to learn
>> about electrical installation, he's a good
>> one to hang with.
>>   zedd knows electrical somewhat and is
>> amazingly skilled in the construction trades
>> in general--he's brought in the kitchen
>> cabinets, done the tile work on the counter,
>> done sheetrock, carpentry, plumbing; a lot
>> like scott, though on the electrical front
>> good enough but not really into it.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 2010-01-14 at 22:49 -0800, Ian Atha wrote:
>>> Hey Jim,
>>>
>>> (I'm not sure if jim at well.com is The Jim so I'm sending this to the
>>> list too to ensure coordination.)
>>>
>>> I installed a few more conduits towards the darkroom. I also made a
>>> 90deg bend to a pipe but I didn't install it--it's in the storage
>>> closet instead.
>>> The segment between the preexisting pipes and the skylight made the
>>> pipe kind of awkward but it's pretty straightened out at the end, I
>>> think. Hope I saved you some time.
>>>
>>> ian.
>>>
>>
>>
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