[EMS Discuss] What would you do if you had a thousand dollars?
Fri Mar 8 11:39:37 PST 2013
What about upgrading our electrical situation at the shop? I'm so sick of
having extension cords everywhere and it's not exactly the safest solution.
If we move any time soon though then we risk wasting that money.
I would love to buy a bigger, more reliable printer. Maybe something that
requires less tinkering and then we could use the old thing-o-matic as a
I also think a CNC milling machine could be a lot of fun.
The 501c3 idea is a great one, but we do currently have sponsorship through
the School Factory which allows us to accept tax-exempt donations already,
so that may not be a huge priority.
I think a down payment on a new space is another great idea but may be hard
to drum up interest for that since we don't even know what another space
On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 10:32 AM, Brad Stewart <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
> I would look at 401(c). As a non-profit, donations from businesses and
> individuals are tax deductible. There is a lot of good, surplus equipment
> that could be donated. There may be other tax benefits.
> On 3/7/2013 7:04 PM, Bob Miller wrote:
>> No, not a million dollars. (hyperlink:I
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?**v=A939QRRSNV4<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A939QRRSNV4>) just a thousand.
>> What is the best thing Eugene Maker Space could spend $1,000 on, if it
>> had the money? Here are some ideas.
>> - security deposit on a bigger, better shop
>> - a CNC mill
>> - wood jointer
>> - band saw
>> - new 3D printer
>> - more, better hand tools
>> - 503(c)(3) registration
>> - big party (-:
>> What do you think we need most?
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