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Perform an audit of the small tools, etc in the Workshop #362

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amcewen opened this Issue Oct 12, 2016 · 2 comments

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amcewen commented Oct 12, 2016

It would be useful to work through the assorted drawers in the workshop and...

  • See what's there
  • Note it (not in excessive detail) somewhere on the wiki
  • Label the drawers
  • Ideally mark the tools too, as per #360.
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Most of the small tools don't lend themselves to having printed labels. What about some small RFID tags and heat-shrink wrap them on to the tool handle? We can then make some sort of RFID reader to catalogue them, and potentially have RFID scanners built in to doorbots to detect when a tool leaves room (I have no idea how to do any of this BTW).

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aubergine10 commented Apr 29, 2017

Most of the small tools don't lend themselves to having printed labels. What about some small RFID tags and heat-shrink wrap them on to the tool handle? We can then make some sort of RFID reader to catalogue them, and potentially have RFID scanners built in to doorbots to detect when a tool leaves room (I have no idea how to do any of this BTW).

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As stated in #360 this can be done as part of the move.

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DoESsean commented Dec 14, 2017

As stated in #360 this can be done as part of the move.

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