[Noisebridge-discuss] heating @ 2169
pp at myelin.co.nz
Wed Dec 2 06:49:13 UTC 2015
I had a tiny Vornado Personal Heater running to keep the 3D printer and myself at operating temperature today, and it worked pretty well. Only warms up a small amount of air, but works pretty well when you're right in front of it...
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> On Dec 1, 2015, at 10:42 PM, Trent Robbins <robbintt at gmail.com> wrote:
> My feeling is that the ceilings are quite high and the costs of electric space heaters can be extreme. There is a type of propane barn heater which is good in theory but a huge fire risk in practice.
> Is there some way we could trap the air a little better in the space? I know winterproofing exists but I don't think it is a quick job. It also prevents the sealed windows from being opened.
> FYI I recommend retreating to turing for warmth, with the doors closed.
>> On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, Patrick O'Doherty <p at trickod.com> wrote:
>> hey folks.
>> it's cold in SF this week which means it's quite cold in the space too.
>> outside of closing the windows and doors we don't have much in the way
>> of keeping the space warm.
>> would a few space heaters for classrooms in particular be enough to stop
>> attendance waning?
>> have we had any successful heating experiments in years past?
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