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This is a list of skills and gear that people can make available to the hacker space and it's members once it's established.
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These are tools and supplies available to Bloominglabs members. Pretty much all of the bench-top and larger tools are owned by members and kept in the space for use by other members. If you are unsure of how to use a tool or want to learn more please grab someone and we'll guide you in the right direction. General safety documentation for common power tools is kept in the black cabinet in the shop area (along with MSDS sheets). Also note that this page is generally out of date, if you are interested in something specific and don't see it here ask us about it.
  
== Nathan ==
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* [[Tool Manuals]]
====Skills and services for offer:====
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* The [http://www.bloomingtonfools.org/ FOOLS] would be happy to install/upgrade additional locks and physical security for the hacker space
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* Time and effort in establishing and maintaining the business entity
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* General electronics experience, soldering, Arduino projects, TTL digital electronics, AIX/Linux sysadmin experience, website CMS setup and maintenance, lock picking/physical security, audio/video editing and equipment, welding, automotive systems, OBDII, licensed ham, X10 home automation, yada yada yada.
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==== Gear for donation: ====
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== Power Tools & Heavy Equipment ==
* 8' x 4' white board, with rigging ready to hang from a ceiling or wall
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We require a brief [[safety-qualifications]] walk through before using any power tools in the space.
* HP LaserJet IV? B&W laser printer
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* chop saw
* several 15" to 17" displays from around my house, probably some computers too
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* table saw
* RS/6000 7012/320 (Power CPU, AIX 4.1) with 19" display
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* drill press
* general spare parts (electronics, tools, etc)
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* 9" band saw (wood, plasic, & light metal)
 
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==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
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* bench grinder
 
* bench grinder
* Makita cordless drill
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* corded and cordless drills
* Geeks Unleashed arcade cabinet (A former MKII cabinet running Mame)
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* table-top sander
* robotic tape library, 5U rack-mount, needs 8mm tape drives and tapes (SCSI attached, robot works great under Fedora 3)
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* bench-top router table (with router)
* possibly a 36U rack
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* dremel('s) with a complete set of accessories
* AS/400 9401-150 - a fully functional AS/400 for those that want to learn OS/400 (AKA iSeries, i5/OS, or "IBM i" as of April 2009)
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* Atlas lathe (30" between centers, see [[Atlas_Lathe_Restoration]])
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* generic 20" metal lathe
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* wood lathe
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* [[Mill]]
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* metal cutting band saw, 5"x6" cutting area, w/auto-shutoff
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* oxy-acetylene torch
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* TIG welder
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* 45W Laser cutter/etcher
  
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== Electronics ==
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* soldering irons (variable temp)
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* soldering supplies (solder, desoldering braid, sponges, ect)
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* large quantity of hand tools (pliers and sidecuts)
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* digital volt-ohm meter
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* analog volt-ohm meter
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* 15MHz dual-channel oscilloscope
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* Heathkit oscilloscope
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* BK 2A 0-50V variable bench power supply
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* solderless breadboards
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* Arduino clones
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* AVR tools
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** USBTiny programmers
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** ATMega8 and ATtiny2313 chips
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** buttons, 5v regulators, and other supplies
  
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== Other Equipment ==
== Zach ==
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* 8"x10" plastic [[vacuum forming table]]
====Skills and services for offer:====
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* larger vacuum forming table donated to the space
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* shopvac (for dust collection system and cleanup)
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* [[Electrolysis_Rust_Removal_System]]
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* knitting machine
  
==== Gear for Donation: ====
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* 19" rack, 4' tall
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* 19" rack, 6' tall
  
==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
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[[Category: Tools]]
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[[Category: The Space]]

Latest revision as of 15:56, 30 July 2014

These are tools and supplies available to Bloominglabs members. Pretty much all of the bench-top and larger tools are owned by members and kept in the space for use by other members. If you are unsure of how to use a tool or want to learn more please grab someone and we'll guide you in the right direction. General safety documentation for common power tools is kept in the black cabinet in the shop area (along with MSDS sheets). Also note that this page is generally out of date, if you are interested in something specific and don't see it here ask us about it.

[edit] Power Tools & Heavy Equipment

We require a brief safety-qualifications walk through before using any power tools in the space.

  • chop saw
  • table saw
  • drill press
  • 9" band saw (wood, plasic, & light metal)
  • bench grinder
  • corded and cordless drills
  • table-top sander
  • bench-top router table (with router)
  • dremel('s) with a complete set of accessories
  • Atlas lathe (30" between centers, see Atlas_Lathe_Restoration)
  • generic 20" metal lathe
  • wood lathe
  • Mill
  • metal cutting band saw, 5"x6" cutting area, w/auto-shutoff
  • oxy-acetylene torch
  • TIG welder
  • 45W Laser cutter/etcher

[edit] Electronics

  • soldering irons (variable temp)
  • soldering supplies (solder, desoldering braid, sponges, ect)
  • large quantity of hand tools (pliers and sidecuts)
  • digital volt-ohm meter
  • analog volt-ohm meter
  • 15MHz dual-channel oscilloscope
  • Heathkit oscilloscope
  • BK 2A 0-50V variable bench power supply
  • solderless breadboards
  • Arduino clones
  • AVR tools
    • USBTiny programmers
    • ATMega8 and ATtiny2313 chips
    • buttons, 5v regulators, and other supplies

[edit] Other Equipment

  • 19" rack, 4' tall
  • 19" rack, 6' tall
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