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| Intro = A custom built vacuum former. Built at I3Detroit
 
| Intro = A custom built vacuum former. Built at I3Detroit
  
| Owner = John Sugg less than 100%  
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| Owner = John Sugg less than 100%, Brian Wennberg less than 100%, Glen Moore,  Rocco Marras
  
 
| StorageLocation = Between the Bike Shop and the Vinyl Shop
 
| StorageLocation = Between the Bike Shop and the Vinyl Shop
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| LooksLike = [[File:Vaccuum_Former.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Vacuum Former]]
 
| LooksLike = [[File:Vaccuum_Former.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Vacuum Former]]
  
| Rules =
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| Rules = 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
 
Training is required before using. Contact John Sugg to set up a training time. Sugg3d@comcast.net
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| Instructions = While it is simple to operate, this tool can be damaged if not used properly. Please get training before using.
 
| Instructions = While it is simple to operate, this tool can be damaged if not used properly. Please get training before using.
John has stocked 2x2 styrene sheets for you to buy. Place $3.00 in blue cash box for each sheet you use.
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John has stocked 2x2 styrene sheets (white or black) for you to buy. Place $3.00 in blue cash box for each sheet you use. The Vacuum Former can be converted to 2x3 if you wish to make larger parts.  
  
 
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Revision as of 19:11, 12 May 2013


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https://www.i3detroit.org/wiki/Vacuum_Former

Vacuum Former

A custom built vacuum former. Built at I3Detroit

Basic Info

  • Ownership: John Sugg less than 100%, Brian Wennberg less than 100%, Glen Moore, Rocco Marras
  • Location: Between the Bike Shop and the Vinyl Shop
  • What it looks like:
Vacuum Former

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Proto Form. Plans-built Vacuum Former
  • Part Number: J

Documentation

not specified

Rules

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

Instructions

While it is simple to operate, this tool can be damaged if not used properly. Please get training before using. John has stocked 2x2 styrene sheets (white or black) for you to buy. Place $3.00 in blue cash box for each sheet you use. The Vacuum Former can be converted to 2x3 if you wish to make larger parts.

Authorized Users and Trainers

Certified Trainers

Trainer NameCertified Date
Bill Putt13 November 2012
John Sugg13 November 2012
Terry Wynn21 November 2013

Authorized Users

User NameTrained ByTrained Date
Bill PuttJohn Sugg13 November 2012
Brian WennbergJohn Sugg13 November 2012
Eric MerrillJohn Sugg15 October 2014
Jeff BannowJohn Sugg12 November 2013
John SuggJohn Sugg13 November 2012
Matt ArnoldJohn Sugg13 November 2012
Roger SlykhouseJohn Sugg21 November 2013
Terry WynnJohn Sugg21 November 2013

View Vacuum Former Access here

Edit Vacuum Former Access Here

Other References

Reference this.

Maintenance

Report any problems to sugg3d@comcast.net

Things that Need to be Done

What problems does this thing have, or are there improvements that would make it better.

FAQs

A list of commonly asked questions