[Noisebridge-discuss] Thread about classrooms
liz at bookmaniac.org
Wed Nov 30 16:30:39 PST 2011
I liked the idea of moving some of the shelves and things near the west
wall/windows and make a good 3D printer nook there!
On 11/30/11 4:19 PM, Elijah Post wrote:
> Also take into consideration that Andrew is going to try to get us a much
> bigger laser cutter. One that I think would go well to be in a new room
> where the oyster mushrooms are now. Both rooms would be
> elevated separated by a bridge, a noise- oh wait.
> Because there is a lot of crossover between 3D printing and laser cutting,
> we were interested in having both in the same place.
> Either way, the 3D printers being where they are doesn't work. I work on
> the building of the two Prusas every [other] Sunday and every time I work
> on them I have to re-jig the entire frames, because people
> keep loosening the nuts all over the frames. Quite annoying.
> On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Rubin Abdi<rubin at starset.net> wrote:
>> Danny O'Brien wrote, On 2011-11-30 14:58:
>>> They do tend to blow people's minds. It's a great moment in the tour,
>>> although I tend to end up leaving it to last.
>>> Put me down as liking the 'sacrificial makerbot' idea at the front, if
>>> we have one to spare.
>> I think it would be great if one simply had a cronjob to start up
>> printing a very simple design at intervals starting around noon and
>> ending around 22:00, with a crappy conveyer belt spitting them out into
>> a bucket, a Noisebucket.
>>> I think once tastebridge's mushrooms are done, that might be a good
>>> space to use. It feels a bit like the stuff for the laser-cutter
>>> really needs a place outside of the laser-cutting room, and the 3D
>>> printers need material and parts too.
>> Again I feel like they're a little loud to be there, especially if we
>> just did a bunch of work to make sound not be so much of a problem.
>>> OH MAN I HAVE OPINIONS
>> AND THEY'RE COMING OUT OF YOUR FINGERS FASTER THAN YOUR MOUTH OR ASS!
>> rubin at starset.net
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