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Work out and set up an induction process for the CNC router #950

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amcewen opened this Issue Oct 18, 2018 · 3 comments

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amcewen commented Oct 18, 2018

Raised in the community meeting.

  • How do we induct people so they can use it?
  • How do we manage consumables (bits, etc.) on it?
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amcewen commented Oct 18, 2018

We'll need a booking system too

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amcewen commented Oct 18, 2018

Maybe we can have a fee per use of the machine if you're using the DoES-owned cutters (to cover most of the wear-and-tear), and then an extra fee if you break a cutter (to encourage people to learn how to use them properly, without necessarily penalise you completely if you're unlucky while learning - i.e. the fee for a broken cutter shouldn't be as much as a new cutter).

If you're doing a lot of CNC work, you'd likely get your own cutters, and then you don't need to pay the per-use fee.

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Sean-anotherone commented Nov 18, 2018

Kinetic Induction.docx
Kinetic sign-up sheet.docx

I have had an opening stab at this, please see the attached policy and sign-up sheet.

Open for comments. I would propose that this sort of system should be adopted across DoES, with use of the KISS approach of course.

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