Sounds like last night’s AC leak – Danny was at the space for an hour and a half after midnight fixing – damaged the outfeed table behind the table saw. I’m not at the space, can someone report on how bad the damage is and what’s needed for repair?
If anyone reading would like to honor Danny’s heroics with a time contribution of their own, here are some things that could help:
- 1-2 volunteers to help repair the outfeed table and pick up the plywood
- someone to draw a diagram of the space showing the locations of the breaker boxes, ac and light switches, and fire extinguishers. This can be n Corel or Illustrator or on paper and snap a pic.
- Someone to print those (on paper or laser cut) and post them strategically. (The damage would have been less if this signage were there telling new members how to shut off the AC)
- Start a list of maintenance and inspection schedules for the machines and systems in the space. This is best done by someone eager and looking to become more knowledgeable about the tooling in the shop, because the hard part is the organization not the knowing what needs maintained.
- We need float switches installed on the AC drip pans. We should start with at the least an alarm float switch. The alarm would let us know if a tiny amount of water is dripping into the catch pan. We can look at ones that kill the ac if the float is activated.