[Blabber] Spring Cleaning
crystal at superluckycat.com
Tue Jun 26 09:56:51 EDT 2012
I did have my sewing machines set up in the back for use, but I'll sort something out the next time I need them. We just need more room.
On Jun 26, 2012, at 9:10 AM, Steven Kreuzer wrote:
> The usable workspace is starting to get a bit tight so I did a little bit of spring cleaning last night. I took some liberties
> throwing out some things that I consider to be scrap and also made some judgement calls on things on putting away
> things I have noticed have not moved in a long time. (I left a white box on the table with part of the brain pong board
> with bolts and other assorted parts and whatnot)
> Since it hasn't been getting a ton of use, I moved my Makerbot into the back room so its not taking up valuable real
> estate in the main room. Everyone is still more then welcome to use it, you'll just have to get it out of storage when
> you want to print something.
> I personally think things looks way better, and the main room feels a bit bigger as well.
> Also, I also bought some Akro-Mils cabinets (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003P2UOCO/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00)
> and started to take all my components out of the closet in the main room and sort them into these. I moved some stuff around in the
> back room and setup a small electronics workbench. Feel free to use it for any projects you are working on, and if you need
> components, please help yourself (However, please don't take the ICs on the top as I need them for a project I am working on)
> (Crystal - I might be encroaching on your space because I noticed you have a few sewing machines back there. I am not sure if those
> are actively used or you are just storing them there and taking them into the main room when you are working.
> If its the former, let me know and we should figure out a way to better utilize that space for both working and storage.)
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