[Noisebridge-discuss] The dirty shop is not dirty. Thanks!
orenbeck at gmail.com
Fri Dec 13 03:25:26 UTC 2013
Grins- When I was in town this past August, I'd put in a trivial = maybe
half hour?tools or so time simply wiping off and hanging tools on the
hooks. Which directs to a suggestion I've implemented in MANY other shops:
Paint tool outlines on the Pegboard. AND label the outlines. Even
contemplating some scheme for Etching/lasering/engraving etc all
donated&purchased tools worthy of that.
Ah- the bonushack being RFID.
One wild arsed scheme we'd discussed was snapping pics of major tools and
laminating annotated pics for the usual reasons. Safety
instructs&non-obvious operating triviata such as reset buttons/what size
hex keys andor wrenches for bit&blade swaps. Dedicating a wrench/Hex key
for chain down etc to the tool it is used for.
ALL of the above can keep a shop looking closer to fine.
On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 7:58 AM, Chris Murphy <chrisnoisebridge at gmail.com>wrote:
> That was an initiative that I took on. I can't work in the shop when it's
> so messy. The next day, another guy was in there cleaning too, so I don't
> take all of the credit (can't recall his name, sorry!).
> Then Monad and I hung the LED lighting with knots that enable the height
> to be adjusted easily.
> Sent from my iPhone
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