[EMS Discuss] Some tools missing
rick at eugenemakerspace.com
Mon Jan 27 12:42:43 PST 2014
The large drill press belongs to Tom. The small one is the one I was
referring too that is now gone. I believe the large press is designed to
be used more for machining metal, so it would be nice to have another one
that we can use for wood since that seems to be a more common material at
EMS so far.
I agree that some kind of belt/disc sander would be fantastic.
Someone needs to look at the large drill press because that is dangerous
and I feel not appropriate for a place that calls itself a shop. Is it
possible that the large drill press uses a safety key that must be inserted
into the switch? Maybe the key fell out and now it's stuck in the "on"
position? I'll try to remember to look at it on Wednesday when I'm there
but if anyone gets a chance to investigate sooner that would be a good idea.
On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 12:16 PM, Sam Foster <sam at sneetchworks.com> wrote:
> The large drill press is still there - or at least it was on Saturday
> evening. The smaller one that was on the bench at the back is that one
> that's gone.
> I sorely missed a belt or disk sander FWIW that evening. I hope that's
> something we'll be able to add to shop soon.
> Also, is it just me, or does the bandsaw sound like its running at 2x
> Also also, that large drill press' power switch button is non-functional.
> You apparently turn on/off by unplugging it. Could be a nasty surprise for
> someone. That being the case, please don't leave the chuck key in the
> On 1/27/2014 9:41 AM, Rick Osgood wrote:
> Just an FYI the following tools are no longer at the shop:
> Air compressor
> Drill press
> 4" metal cut saw (we still have a larger metal cut saw)
> 10" chop saw
> Shop vac
> Oxygen acetylene cutting torch
> I just wanted to send out an FYI so members don't go down there
> expecting to use these tools or spend a bunch of time searching for tools
> that are no longer at the shop.
> It sounds like Weston and Darrel have the Air compressor, chop saw, and
> shop vac replacements covered although I don't know if they are at the shop
> yet or not. If anyone else has one of these tools and would like to lend
> it to EMS as a replacement, that would be great!
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