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<b>Note: this page is now out-dated, we should make this a list of resources currently available at the space for members to use.</b>
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These are tools and supplies available to Bloominglabs members.  
  
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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== Power Tools ==
 
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We require a brief [[safety-qualifications]] walk through before using any power tools in the space.
== Nathan ==
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* chop saw
====Skills and services for offer:====
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* drill press
* 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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* 9" band saw
* 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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* 8' x 4' white board, with rigging ready to hang from a ceiling or wall
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* HP LaserJet IV? B&W laser printer
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* several 15" to 17" displays from around my house, probably some computers too
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* RS/6000 7012/320 (Power CPU, AIX 4.1) with 19" display
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* general spare parts (electronics, tools, etc)
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==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
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* 9" Delta band saw
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* bench grinder
 
* bench grinder
* Makita cordless drill
 
* [http://www.packetsniffers.org/projects/geeks_unleashed/index.html Geeks Unleashed] arcade cabinet (A former MKII cabinet running Mame)
 
* robotic tape library, 5U rack-mount, needs 8mm tape drives and tapes (SCSI attached, robot works great under Fedora 3)
 
* possibly a 36U rack
 
* 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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== Zach ==
 
====Skills and services for offer:====
 
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==== Gear for Donation: ====
 
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==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
 
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== Corey ==
 
====Skills and services for offer:====
 
* systems administration..  Be it for the online presence or anything on-site (servers, networking, etc). Linux stuff..
 
* Amateur radio operator & contester
 
* general woodworking skills
 
* electronics, solar electricity / renewable energy
 
* Happy to help teach people all of the above
 
 
==== Gear for donation: ====
 
* Lots of CAT5e for wiring the place
 
* I have a 2wire AT&T DSL modem + wifi if the place goes with DSL. saves a few bucks in the installation.
 
* probably have a spare linksys sitting in the garage as well
 
* might have enough parts to build up a working PC, if not then those parts can all go into the pile for projects
 
* old computing parts, might be good for general learning (like a Pentium laptop that would run DOS/Win98/OS2), old PDAs..  Lots of spare cables
 
* some rail shelving with wood shelves
 
 
==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
 
* working 2 player MAME cabinet :) That's 2 of them in the list, maybe we should be opening an arcade instead?
 
* Antenna and VHF ham radio (might want to think on this some more, how to assure that non-licensed people aren't tempted to use it)
 
* I might be willing to loan some various bench tools
 
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== Zach Dwiel ==
 
==== Skills and service for offer: ====
 
* systems administration, web programming, Linux stuff ( I don't imagine we'll be short on this front )
 
* general electronics PIC microcontroller programming skills
 
* Linux audio
 
==== Gear for indefinite loan: ====
 
* A couple computers for use as web servers or other if I can be sure that I can continue running one as a web server
 
* PIC programmers
 
* Lots of electronics parts:
 
** resistors, capacitors, ICS
 
** breadboards
 
** prototype boards
 
** PIC microcontrolelrs
 
** LEDs
 
 
== Mark ==
 
* Help with fundraising and drumming up interest.
 
* Business planning and organizational skills
 
* Internet related services.
 
 
=== Gear for Donation ===
 
* Lots of various cables, parts and stuff that probably other people will bring too.
 
* I can probably arrange to have free bagels at an event or two.
 
 
=== Gear for indefinite loan ===
 
* Polycom VoIP phone.
 
* A nice framed holographic picture of a C-64 motherboard.
 
* Circuit electronics books and other tech related books.
 
* N-scale train set (Could be used for some fun electronics projects)
 
* A stuffed penguin.
 
 
== Shane ==
 
 
Skills:
 
* Worldly insight
 
* Woodworking and other building abilities
 
* Artistic design (paint/sculpture/logos and such)
 
* Physical Security
 
  
=== Gear for Donation ===
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== Electronics ==
* Various cables
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* soldering irons
* Shelving
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* soldering supplies (solder, desoldering braid, sponges, ect)
* Wiring and other consumable parts for electronics projects
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* large quantity of hand tools (pliers and sidecuts)
* Powdercoat
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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
  
=== Gear for Indefinite Loan ===
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== Other stuff ==
* A Mannequin
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* 19" rack, 4' tall
* Two butane torches
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* 19" rack, 6' tall
* Benchtop drill press
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* old oscilloscope which needs some work
* Powdercoating Gun
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* ton of ethernet and fiber cables
* Pancake Air Compressor
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* Oven (for powdercoating)
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* Part15 Station (the ocho)
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* Old photography equipment (1340 lens, manual cameras, a few other standard lenses)
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Revision as of 01:58, 2 September 2010

These are tools and supplies available to Bloominglabs members.

Power Tools

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

  • chop saw
  • drill press
  • 9" band saw
  • bench grinder

Electronics

  • soldering irons
  • 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

Other stuff

  • 19" rack, 4' tall
  • 19" rack, 6' tall
  • old oscilloscope which needs some work
  • ton of ethernet and fiber cables
Personal tools