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- LaserCutting: Introduction to booking and using our laser-cutters
- LaserCutterSophia: details of the bed-size, materials, etc. for Sophia the Smaller laser-cutter
LaserCutterGerald: details of Gerald the Gigantic laser-cutter
- CutEtchSettingsGerald: settings for materials that have been cut/etched with Gerald
- LasersSensor: details of current and temperature sensors for the two laser cutters
- RolandVinylCutter: details of the Roland Vinyl cutter plotter
- Bandsaw: For when you're too lazy to use the laser
- Pillar drill: Give me holes now!
For want of a better location for it, there are some details of MaterialsSuppliers here.
- A4 laser printer: It's double-sided and Black and White.
- A3 ink jet colour printer: Use sparingly. It has a scanner too.
- Sticky Label printer: Short page of description there
- Heatpress: For applying heat transfer vinyl to T-shirts, bags etc.
- MakerbotCupCake: details of the 3D-printer (we don't really use this one these days, as the others produce better prints)
- RepRapPrusaMendel: details of the other 3D-printer
- Up3dPrinter: details of the other other 3D-printer
- Ultimaker: the new one that's getting all the attention
- ElectronicsEquipment: details of the various tools, meters, etc. around the electronics workbench
- PC Systems: details on setup & software installation for workshop PC systems
- VacuumFormer: info on the vac former
- Hot air rework station: We don't have one yet. Please pledge support.
- Microscope: Apparently it's be bought but not entirely paid for.
- Pick and place machine: Very expensive but would be cool for pizzas and electronic boards
- StripHeater: For bending/folding thermoplastic sheets along a straight line
- OnShape: Browser-based full CAD system as good as solidworks. See Julian for help
- Autodesk Fusion: 3D CAD that can generate toolpaths. See Martin.
- OpenSCAD: CAD by code.
- JavasciptToSVG: Help with programatically generating shapes for 2D cutting