|Remember to always; clean up and return the equipment to a fully functional, safe state before you leave. This includes returning any safety mechanisms to fully working order.|
A custom built vacuum former. Built at I3Detroit
- Ownership: John Sugg less than 100%, Brian Wennberg less than 100%, Glen Moore, Rocco Marras
- Location: The machine is on casters so it rolls around a lot. However, the vacuum former is usually stored in the KilnZone.
- What it looks like:
- Make/Model: Proto Form. Plans-built Vacuum Former
- Part Number: J
Do not turn vac pump off during operation or vac pump could be damaged. Do not use a buck with hollow bottom surface or platen could be damaged.
Training is required before using. Contact John Sugg to set up a training time. Sugg3d@comcast.net
While it is simple to operate, this tool can be damaged if not used properly. Please get training before using. There are 2x2 styrene sheets (white or black) for you to buy located in the bottom shelf of the machine. Place $3.00 in Kiln Zone cash box for each sheet you use.
Authorized Users and Trainers
|Trainer Name||Certified Date|
|Bill Putt||13 November 2012|
|John Sugg||13 November 2012|
|Terry Wynn||21 November 2013|
|User Name||Trained By||Trained Date|
|Bill Putt||John Sugg||13 November 2012|
|Brian Wennberg||John Sugg||13 November 2012|
|Eric Merrill||John Sugg||15 October 2014|
|Jeff Bannow||John Sugg||12 November 2013|
|John Sugg||John Sugg||13 November 2012|
|Matt Arnold||John Sugg||13 November 2012|
|Roger Slykhouse||John Sugg||21 November 2013|
|Terry Wynn||John Sugg||21 November 2013|
Report any problems to Kiln Zone Warden or firstname.lastname@example.org
Things that Need to be Done
What problems does this thing have, or are there improvements that would make it better.
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