[Noisebridge-discuss] Who wants Kilograms of Shapelock?
longobord at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 16:53:41 UTC 2010
Yes, I ran into Sai yesterday who was wandering around the space looking for
the EL fabric sample he'd ordered that no one knows where it landed. It's
probably a bad idea.
If you want, we're setting up offices in Redwood City, surprisingly close to
where you live, Corey. I'm thinking it wouldn't be hard to receive it
there. I could drive it up to Noisebridge with some help loading the van.
"We also briefly discussed having officers replaced by very small shell
scripts." -- Noisebridge meeting notes 2008-06-17
The outer bounds is only the beginning.
On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 11:59 PM, Andy Isaacson <adi at hexapodia.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 08:41:36PM -0800, Corey McGuire wrote:
> > OK folks! It looks like we're up to at least 60kg, up to 80kg:
> > https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Polycaprolactone
> Have we verified that the formfactor is how we want it? The
> "Shape-lock" brand stuff comes in nice 5mm (?ish) sphere-ish beads; if
> TRIISO ships us a 60kg solid brick of PCL we'll be very, very sad.
> Beads would be best, IMO. Next best would be extruded filament like the
> Makerbot feedstock; anything else would be a big problem. I *think*
> beads are the standard deliverable from these places, but very good idea
> to check first.
> > - Get quote from TRIISO
> > - Paypal for the materials
> > - Order based on Paypal
> > - Ship to Noisebridge
> If you're going to be there to receive the shipment, more power to you,
> but if you're not there, you can't assume that whoever happens to answer
> the door when the shipment arrives is going to be willing to sign for it
> / manage the elevator / et cetera. Heck, you can't even assume that
> anybody will be there, or that the elevator will work, or that the
> doorbell will work. We've had packages returned to sender in the past.
> I always ship to my office and then hand-deliver to 2169.
> (Not a veto, just a word of warning that this requires management and a
> time investment from an interested individual.)
> > Does Noisebridge have a Paypal account we can use? I can do this, I
> > care, but I understand if people would rather use something more
> > "official." I'd prefer it as well.
> We generally avoid using "official" accounts and funds for projects.
> Individual empowerment is the name of the game around here. :) It
> avoids administrative overhead and bureaucracy.
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