[Noisebridge-discuss] Shower current in front of the fab zone

jim jim at systemateka.com
Sat Jan 22 19:51:30 UTC 2011

    mike kan also suggested moving the dirty shop to 
the church classroom. the airflow is often very strong 
from west to east, so dust management would be helped 
with a single open window on the east wall. 
    there have been multiple claims and ambitions for 
what's referred to as the "tea room", among which are 
using it for particularly fumey work. 
    several people have researched the code and seem 
to agree that we  
* cannot completely wall off any space that has 
* install any material that qualifies as "fuel" 
  within 18 inches of a sprinkler (the sprinkler 
  itself, not necessarily the pipe) 

    moving all that stuff is "a lot of work" and needs 
a sufficient commitment of people to be a work force to 
begin, continue, and finish the work in a one to three 
day period. 

On Sat, 2011-01-22 at 11:12 -0800, Josh Myer wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 10:56 AM, <girlgeek at wt.net> wrote:
>         As long as we are talking about big work solutions... We move
>         the shop to Church classroom which has an exterior window.  We
>         could then completely close that space with full walls and a
>         closing door.
>         For my part, I'm willing to put up with the dust and with the
>         noise.  This whole discussion seems to imply that the rest of
>         Noisebridge is clean and there aren't disturbing noises, (for
>         example useless jabbering). Maybe there was 1 day that
>         Noisebridge was clean and the only noise was productive.  I
>         wasn't here that day.
> I say this with great confidence: "No, you didn't just miss that day."
> I think the dirty shop is just fine, but, that's just me.  It's a
> hackerspace, which means that noise and dirty comes with the
> territory.  If we can run the ultraprecise CNC mill in the same damned
> room as the saws, the rest of the space outside that room shouldn't
> have any problems.
> -- 
> /jbm

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