Mobile c-lab #182

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uwekamper opened this Issue Dec 18, 2016 · 7 comments

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uwekamper commented Dec 18, 2016

mobile-c-lab

On a hovercart - with hyperbreaks.

needed materials:

  • foam
  • wood
  • handles
  • drawer rails

contruction:

  • bottom panels
  • top panels
  • drawer
  • foam
  • handles

Non-electrical

  • Component bins
  • Small project boxes
  • Cutter
  • Screwdrivers
  • Wire stripper
  • Wires / Jumpers
  • Multimeter
  • Microcontroller(-Zoo)
  • Akkuschrauber / electric drill
  • Batterys (AA, AAA, etc.)
  • Chair to hang on the back (fold-up) / Barhocker
  • Der Schrumpfenschlauchen

Electrical stuff

  • LEDs
  • Extension cord
  • Multiplug / Mehrfachsteckdose
  • Battery
  • Inverter
  • Soldering iron
  • Scope
  • Power supply
  • Lights
  • Schraubstock / vice
  • Batterycharger
  • HDMI-capable Monitor (for setting up raspberry pi)
  • Ethernet switch
  • propper earth/grounding / ESD matt
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Hmm, first of all I would make sure it has a designated (and resonably final and secure from the general public etc) parking space; plus a clear definition of what areas it's supposed to be able to travel to.

Sounds like main deck including main hall plus seminar room only, plus maybe occasional visits to wercstatt / nerd area / robolab, but never bruecce, weltenbaulab, soundlab or the real c-lab ...

Ensuring elevator navigatability plus (foldable?) local table space seems very relevant.

quax-flieger commented Dec 18, 2016

Hmm, first of all I would make sure it has a designated (and resonably final and secure from the general public etc) parking space; plus a clear definition of what areas it's supposed to be able to travel to.

Sounds like main deck including main hall plus seminar room only, plus maybe occasional visits to wercstatt / nerd area / robolab, but never bruecce, weltenbaulab, soundlab or the real c-lab ...

Ensuring elevator navigatability plus (foldable?) local table space seems very relevant.

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Whoops - the previous comments has been vergurkt for you by: count.

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The whole thing will stay in the seminar room. If needed it will be put in the main hall or brought to events like the c3.

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XenGi commented Dec 18, 2016

The whole thing will stay in the seminar room. If needed it will be put in the main hall or brought to events like the c3.

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It is time to open this topic up again.

I found in the robolab:

  • an old small oscilloscope
  • a simple power supply

Add to that a soldering irong and some tools and we can start to have a nice mobile c-lab.

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uwekamper commented Jan 27, 2018

It is time to open this topic up again.

I found in the robolab:

  • an old small oscilloscope
  • a simple power supply

Add to that a soldering irong and some tools and we can start to have a nice mobile c-lab.

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