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Small Stuff

What small items does the lab need? You can help by doing the research and listing the best item, price and quantity. Preferred suppliers are CPC, Farnell, Amazon and eBay.

CPC:

code,quantity,description <- quick-paste format
FNWASH6,2,M6 washers
FNWASH3,5,M3 washers

Amazon:

eBay:

  • Breadboard jumper wires (all types)

IKEA:

  • Scissors

Small Tools

Tool Cost
Wera Kraftform Micro TORX screwdriver set £23
Wago Terminal £0.34 for one CPC
Wera Kraftform nutdriver set £30
VDE tools (screwdrivers, pliers, cutters, voltage tester)
Combination spanners, replacement/spares
Hole reamer £20
Metric tap set

Health and Safety

Tool Cost
PAT Tester £260
PAT Labels £26
First aid kit, eye wash stations £120
Chemical storage cabinet £150-250
RCD sockets for electronics area (11 twin sockets) £156
Additional good-quality ear defenders £13 each

Makita 18V Cordless System

There is some support for the lab to start purchasing good quality cordless tools. Makita seems the most popular option, with a single system being desirable for sharing of batteries. These purchases will be postponed until we have suitable secure storage.

Tool Body-only Notes
Makita DHP481 combi drill (the powerful one) £180 £400 kit with 2x 5Ah batteries, charger
Makita DTD154 impact driver £127
Makita DTM51 oscillating multi-tool £115
smaller/lighter drill-driver DDF484?
Makita DJV181 jigsaw £170
Makita DHS680 circular saw £160

Air compressor

  • Big enough to serve multiple users in multiple rooms
  • Quiet enough for the workshop, or able to be boxed-in with acoustic panels
  • Air lines to other rooms

Workshop

  • Better bandsaw, probably Startrite
  • Planer-thicknesser-jointer

Oscilloscope

A new floor for G1

The vinyl flooring in G1 is rapidly deteriorating. Literally anything would be an improvement.

Hot Water for G1

Servers/Rack

Laser Cutter Ventilation

Ducting from ground floor to roof level. High-power blower. Fittings. Installation costs.

Amateur Radio

[may be purchased via pledge]

  • Radio: Yaesu FT-857D - used £400-500
  • 2m/70cm vertical base antenna
  • antenna tuner

Entertainment

  • HiFiBerry DAC for the Pi that plays music in G1. It's currently using a USB DAC that's meant to be on the table. Pi's inbuilt output is actually a GPIO doing PWM and sounds like ass, hence needing a proper DAC.
purchases.txt · Last modified: 2018-11-12 21:50 by alfie