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[[file:fablab.JPG|thumb|400px|The Fab Lab]]
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{{Zone
==Location==
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|Image=fablab.JPG
Located between the Kitchen, E-Lab, Restroom, and the commons area.
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|Zone Name=Fab Lab
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|Zone Coordinator=Andrew Meyer
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|Zone E-mail = agmlego@i3detroit.org
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|Map Area=B
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|Zone Color=Red
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}}
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== Welcome ==
  
== Equipment ==
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Welcome to the fab lab! If you don't know what something does, please ask. The Zone Coordinator is {{Pretty Link|Andrew Meyer}}. The zone warden sign is here: [[File:FabLabZonePoster.docx|options|FabLab Poster]]
*[[Makerbot|Makerbot CupCake CNC]]
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*[[Printrbot|Printrbot]]
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== Table of Equipment==
*[[PCB Mill|LPK C30/S (PCB Mill)]]
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{| cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="1" class="wikitable"
*[[3D_Printer_-_Stratasys|Stratasys FDM 1650]]
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*Laser Cutter (Small)
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! Equipment
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! Authorization
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! Owner(s)
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! Status
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{{#ask:
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[[EquipName::+]] [[EquipZone::{{PAGENAME}}]] [[EquipStatus::Running||Usable but repair needed||Down]] [[EquipStatus::Running||Usable but repair needed||Down]]
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| ?EquipTrainingRequired=Authorization Required
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| ?EquipOwner=Owner(s)
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| ?EquipStatus=Status
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|}
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==Pricing==
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To cover the cost of consumables/maintenance, please contribute when you use the Fab Lab equipment. Put monies into the wooden cash box.
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Plastic for 3D printing is priced by gram or cubic centimeter of extruded plastic, or by milliliter of resin. Please include all the test extrusions and failed prints in your measurements.
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Laser time is measured based on laser firing time. Use the timer in the RetinaEngrave3D software.
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Equipment
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! Price
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| 3mm ABS (printrbot) || 5¢/gram or cm^3
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| 1.75mm ABS (Rostock)  || 10¢/gram or cm^3
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| 1.75mm PETT (Rostock)  || 20¢/gram or cm^3
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| 1.75mm PLA (Rostock)  || 5¢/gram or cm^3
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| Clear resin (Pegasus) || 25¢/gram or mL
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| Thermark || 60¢/mL
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| FSLaser time || 25¢/min cut time
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| Protomat CNC  || TBD
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|}
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== Fab Lab Equipment Access ==
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[[Fab_Lab_Access]]
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== [[Fab_Lab_ToDo|TODO List]] ==
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The following list is an attempt to offer up suggestions of tasks that could be accomplished in the Fab Lab by people interested in helping out.
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Feel free to take charge of one or more of these items as your time and expertise allow. If you have taken charge of a task, please put your name into the field next to the task.
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'''Should you run out of time or ability to complete a task, make sure to post on [mailto:i3detroit@googlegroups.com the mailing list] and "fail loudly".''' This ensures that task status is shared, and no task languishes in silent failure.
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{{:Fab_Lab_ToDo}}
  
 
== Important Notes ==
 
== Important Notes ==
 
* Please keep the door between the Fab Lab and the Commons area closed. Doing so will help ensure that when the heater or air conditioner is running, the Fab Lab maintains an appropriate temperature. Also the AC/Heater for the office space isn't anywhere near efficient enough to cool/heat the main shop area, and we don't want to spend a hojillion dollars letting it try.
 
* Please keep the door between the Fab Lab and the Commons area closed. Doing so will help ensure that when the heater or air conditioner is running, the Fab Lab maintains an appropriate temperature. Also the AC/Heater for the office space isn't anywhere near efficient enough to cool/heat the main shop area, and we don't want to spend a hojillion dollars letting it try.
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**If you will be creating dust in the office area (drywall,  etc.), '''please close the hallway-side door''', '''safely shut down [[VMServer|hardac.i3detroit.local]]''', or, better, '''contact the Fab Lab or Infrastructure wardens'''
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**The shop-rated filters in hardac are not rated for construction dust.
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* Please don't use the FabLab as a shortcut between the commons area and the eLab when someone is working in there. There's not a lot of room, and having a parade go by while you're arguing with the printrbot isn't all that much fun.
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== CO Alarm ==
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There is a [http://www.firstalertstore.com/store/images/pdf/CO605-First_Alert_Plug-In_Carbon_Monoxide_Alarm_with_Battery_Backup.pdf First Alert CO605] CO alarm in the lab near [[VMServer|hardac.i3detroit.local]].
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This unit was purchased with zone funds on 2015-10-04, and should last approximately 7 years. A reminder on the Google Calendar has been created to check it monthly (probably a good Potlock task at the very least), and a reminder to replace it is there as well on 2022-10-04. The unit is advertised to have a replacement reminder alarm built in as well, which will be 5 chirps per minute. The alarm also performs internal diagnostics; if it fails, it will signal it needs to be replaced by sounding 3 chirps per minute.
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The unit contains a 9V Duracell MN1604 (standard 9V transistor battery) as a backup, and draws 0.09A at 120VAC in normal operation. The unit will begin to chirp once per minute if the battery requires replacement.
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The unit must be tested periodically (reminder event in Google Calendar is set for monthly, but more often is OK). Press the Test/Silence button, and the unit should perform 5-6s of a repeating pattern of 4 beeps and a pause. If it does not perform this correctly, email [mailto:i3detroit-annouce@googlegroups.com the -announce list].
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The red light visible through the face is the indication that all is well with the alarm, and will flash in time with all alerts.
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=== If The Alarm Sounds ===
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# Hit the Test/Silence button:
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#* If the alarm repeats after approximately 4 minutes, proceed to Step 2.
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# Check to see if there is an immediately-obvious source of CO:
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#* Is there something on fire in the laser cutter?
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#* Is the laser cutter exhaust fan not running?
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#* Is there something burning in the convection oven?
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#* Is the convection oven exhaust not open?
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#* Is one of the 3D printers combusting?
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# If you can identify an immediate threat, deal with it effectively and promptly:
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#* Turn '''OFF''' the affected equipment.
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#* Use the fire extinguisher, located near the CO alarm, if needed.
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#* Turn '''ON''' the laser exhaust fan and open the laser cutter fully.
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#* Open the doors to the lab and prop them.
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#* Open the lab window.
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#* Get a large fan and blow air from the office area through the lab into the shop area (diffusion is a big deal).
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# If you cannot find a source, or you cannot deal with the source, move to fresh air quickly.
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# Call the Ferndale fire department ([tel:+1-248-546-2512 +1 248-546-2512] or [tel:+1-248-546-2510 +1 248-546-2510] for non-emergencies, but [tel:911 911] if you cannot get through there)
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# Make a post to [mailto:i3detroit-annouce@googlegroups.com the -announce list] detailing the full event as you understand it, with as many details as you have.
  
[[Category:Equipment]]
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[[Category:Zones]]

Latest revision as of 22:02, 12 February 2016

Zone Information
Fablab.JPG
Zone Name Fab Lab
Zone Slogan "I'm a lame zone with no slogan"
Zone Coordinator(s) Andrew Meyer
Zone E-mail agmlego@i3detroit.org
Map Area B
Zone Color Red

Welcome

Welcome to the fab lab! If you don't know what something does, please ask. The Zone Coordinator is Andrew Meyer. The zone warden sign is here: File:FabLabZonePoster.docx

Table of Equipment

Equipment Authorization Owner(s) Status
Convection Oven No Matt Gardeski Running
3D Printer - Full Spectrum Pegasus Touch Yes i3Detroit Running
Laser Cutter - Full Spectrum Yes i3Detroit Running
3D Printer - Rostock MAX Yes Andrew Meyer Down
PCB Mill No Paul KerchenJim KempNate BezansonMatt OehrleinNeil Funk Down
3D Printer - Printrbot No i3Detroit Down
3D Scanner - Afinia ES360 No i3Detroit Down

Pricing

To cover the cost of consumables/maintenance, please contribute when you use the Fab Lab equipment. Put monies into the wooden cash box.

Plastic for 3D printing is priced by gram or cubic centimeter of extruded plastic, or by milliliter of resin. Please include all the test extrusions and failed prints in your measurements.

Laser time is measured based on laser firing time. Use the timer in the RetinaEngrave3D software.

Equipment Price
3mm ABS (printrbot) 5¢/gram or cm^3
1.75mm ABS (Rostock) 10¢/gram or cm^3
1.75mm PETT (Rostock) 20¢/gram or cm^3
1.75mm PLA (Rostock) 5¢/gram or cm^3
Clear resin (Pegasus) 25¢/gram or mL
Thermark 60¢/mL
FSLaser time 25¢/min cut time
Protomat CNC TBD

Fab Lab Equipment Access

Fab_Lab_Access

TODO List

The following list is an attempt to offer up suggestions of tasks that could be accomplished in the Fab Lab by people interested in helping out.

Feel free to take charge of one or more of these items as your time and expertise allow. If you have taken charge of a task, please put your name into the field next to the task.

Should you run out of time or ability to complete a task, make sure to post on the mailing list and "fail loudly". This ensures that task status is shared, and no task languishes in silent failure.

Task Name Description Priority Champion
drop laser vent impeller see how caked in stuff it is 1 Potlock
Rostock part cooling design/get manufactured a ring of microjets to be supplied by shop air. the jets should hit the plastic, not the nozzle 2
Printrbot The Printrbot has been disassembled partially and does not function: (Taken home by Matt H for rehabilitation/destruction by fire) 4 Matt Huber
Decorative Work The Fab Lab currently has a sort of forest theme going on. It would be nice to continue the theme by painting the conduits and stanchions deep brown to simulate vines and trunks, put up more vinyl leaves, and paint the ceiling with either a sky pattern or a forest canopy pattern. 5 Max Gonyea-Alexander

Important Notes

  • Please keep the door between the Fab Lab and the Commons area closed. Doing so will help ensure that when the heater or air conditioner is running, the Fab Lab maintains an appropriate temperature. Also the AC/Heater for the office space isn't anywhere near efficient enough to cool/heat the main shop area, and we don't want to spend a hojillion dollars letting it try.
    • If you will be creating dust in the office area (drywall, etc.), please close the hallway-side door, safely shut down hardac.i3detroit.local, or, better, contact the Fab Lab or Infrastructure wardens
    • The shop-rated filters in hardac are not rated for construction dust.
  • Please don't use the FabLab as a shortcut between the commons area and the eLab when someone is working in there. There's not a lot of room, and having a parade go by while you're arguing with the printrbot isn't all that much fun.

CO Alarm

There is a First Alert CO605 CO alarm in the lab near hardac.i3detroit.local.

This unit was purchased with zone funds on 2015-10-04, and should last approximately 7 years. A reminder on the Google Calendar has been created to check it monthly (probably a good Potlock task at the very least), and a reminder to replace it is there as well on 2022-10-04. The unit is advertised to have a replacement reminder alarm built in as well, which will be 5 chirps per minute. The alarm also performs internal diagnostics; if it fails, it will signal it needs to be replaced by sounding 3 chirps per minute.

The unit contains a 9V Duracell MN1604 (standard 9V transistor battery) as a backup, and draws 0.09A at 120VAC in normal operation. The unit will begin to chirp once per minute if the battery requires replacement.

The unit must be tested periodically (reminder event in Google Calendar is set for monthly, but more often is OK). Press the Test/Silence button, and the unit should perform 5-6s of a repeating pattern of 4 beeps and a pause. If it does not perform this correctly, email the -announce list.

The red light visible through the face is the indication that all is well with the alarm, and will flash in time with all alerts.

If The Alarm Sounds

  1. Hit the Test/Silence button:
    • If the alarm repeats after approximately 4 minutes, proceed to Step 2.
  2. Check to see if there is an immediately-obvious source of CO:
    • Is there something on fire in the laser cutter?
    • Is the laser cutter exhaust fan not running?
    • Is there something burning in the convection oven?
    • Is the convection oven exhaust not open?
    • Is one of the 3D printers combusting?
  3. If you can identify an immediate threat, deal with it effectively and promptly:
    • Turn OFF the affected equipment.
    • Use the fire extinguisher, located near the CO alarm, if needed.
    • Turn ON the laser exhaust fan and open the laser cutter fully.
    • Open the doors to the lab and prop them.
    • Open the lab window.
    • Get a large fan and blow air from the office area through the lab into the shop area (diffusion is a big deal).
  4. If you cannot find a source, or you cannot deal with the source, move to fresh air quickly.
  5. Call the Ferndale fire department (+1 248-546-2512 or +1 248-546-2510 for non-emergencies, but 911 if you cannot get through there)
  6. Make a post to the -announce list detailing the full event as you understand it, with as many details as you have.