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 ===== Pending Deliveries ===== ===== Pending Deliveries =====
- +  * LEDs for workshop 
-  * Amazon: <​del>​nut drivers, laminating pouches, suspension files, desk tidy,</​del>​ whiteboard cleaner +  * XLR for Radio stuff 
-  * 2x UHF right angle connector +  * CPC 
-  Propane torch +    Mains Flex 
-  * Propane cylinder+    * SLA Battery 
 +    * DVI to DP Cables 
 +    * Orange-y Delabeliser 
 +  * Ebay 
 +    * Power Supply for G14 Door
  
 ===== Small Stuff ===== ===== Small Stuff =====
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 <​file>​ <​file>​
 code,​quantity,​description <- quick-paste format code,​quantity,​description <- quick-paste format
-TL01896,​1,​Wera Micro slot 3.5 
-long spirit level 
-C7 figure-8 cables 
-lithium grease spray 
 </​file>​ </​file>​
  
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 eBay: eBay:
  
   * 0603 SMT resistors/​caps   * 0603 SMT resistors/​caps
-  * [[https://​www.ebay.co.uk/​itm/​300W-500W-1000W-Aluminum-Housing-Wirewound-Braking-Load-Resistor-for-VFD/​183739346927|300W 70R braking resistor]] 
   * I2C LCD adapter (re-stock for Tim)   * I2C LCD adapter (re-stock for Tim)
    
 RS: RS:
  
-  *+  * Nice banana leads for the power supply: 
 +    * Red: https://​uk.rs-online.com/​web/​p/​4-mm-connector-test-leads/​8849005/​ 
 +    * Black: https://​uk.rs-online.com/​web/​p/​4-mm-connector-test-leads/​8849008/​ 
 +  * Replacement Metcal soldering tip?
  
 IKEA: IKEA:
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 Screwfix: Screwfix:
  
-  *+  * 
  
 Other: Other:
  
-  * black hot glue 
-    * will require another glue gun to avoid just having grey glue. 
-    * is there a use case to justify this? 
   * null modem / serial breakouts   * null modem / serial breakouts
-  * velcro cable ties 
   * layout paper (big masking tape)   * layout paper (big masking tape)
 +  * flux
 ===== Small Tools ===== ===== Small Tools =====
  
 ^ Tool ^ Cost ^ ^ Tool ^ Cost ^
-Wago Terminal ​| [[https://cpc.farnell.com/wago/222-413/​terminal-block-w-lever-3cond-4mm/dp/CN12062|£0.34 for one CPC]] +VDE tools (screwdrivers,​ pliers, cutters, voltage tester) ​|[[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wera-05135961001-Screwdriver-Kraftform-PlusSerie/​dp/​B00TJ3J7MG/​|£26.99]] or [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​160-Screwdriver-Kraftform-Plus-pieces/dp/B004WI1WCQ/|£49.39]]|
-| VDE tools (screwdrivers,​ pliers, cutters, voltage tester) | |+
 | Combination spanners, replacement/​spares | | | Combination spanners, replacement/​spares | |
-| Hole reamer | [[http://​amzn.eu/​cmG6rHp|£20]] |+| Hole reamer | [[http://​amzn.eu/​cmG6rHp|£20]] or [[https://​uk.rs-online.com/​web/​p/​hand-reamer-bits/​0456894/​|£48]] |
  
 ===== Storage ===== ===== Storage =====
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 | Chemical storage cabinet | £150-250 | | Chemical storage cabinet | £150-250 |
 | RCD sockets for electronics area (11 twin sockets) | £156 | | RCD sockets for electronics area (11 twin sockets) | £156 |
-| Additional good-quality ear defenders | £13 each | 
 | Workshop Aprons, decent quality waxed canvas - best 2 of them| [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​dp/​B071CQGGCR/​ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_uvomCb6VNDQDN|£16.99]] | | Workshop Aprons, decent quality waxed canvas - best 2 of them| [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​dp/​B071CQGGCR/​ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_uvomCb6VNDQDN|£16.99]] |
 +
 +Better safety overspectacles:​
 +
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​jsp-stealth-coverlite-clear-lens-overspectacle/​395fr|JSP Stealth Coverlite]] - £5.49
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​jsp-stealth-coverlite-clear-lens-overspectacle/​443fr|JSP Stealth Coverlite]] - £8.99
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​swiss-one-coversight-clear-lens-safety-specs/​6229x|Swiss One Coversight]] - £5.99
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​univet-5x7-ultimate-clear-lens-safety-overspecs/​3801f|Univet 5x7 Ultimate]] - £12.99
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​bolle-overlight-clear-lens-overspecs-large/​5604f|Bolle Overlight Large]] - £6.99
 +  * [[https://​www.screwfix.com/​p/​bolle-overlight-clear-lens-overspecs-small/​4720f|Bolle Overlight Small]] - £6.99
 +  * [[https://​cpc.farnell.com/​3m/​1751180000m/​over-glasses-ox-clear/​dp/​HE32097|3M]] - £4.73
 +
 +The only prescription safety glasses site that actually mentions pricing: https://​www.safetyspecs.co.uk/​
 +
 +==== Fire Extinguishers ====
 +
 +Lithium-battery:​
 +
 +  * [[https://​www.thesafetycentre.co.uk/​firechief-400ml-lith-ex-fire-extinguisher-aerosol-fle400|Lith-Ex (For lithium battery fires)]]
 +
 +Water Mist:
 +
 +  * https://​www.safelincs.co.uk/​ultrafire-water-mist-fire-extinguishers/​
 +  * https://​www.nationwidefireextinguishers.co.uk/​dry-water-mist-fire-extinguishers-220-c.asp
 +
 ===== Makita 18V Cordless System ===== ===== 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 [[toollockers|suitable secure storage]]. 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 [[toollockers|suitable secure storage]].
  
-^ Tool ^ Body-only ​^ Notes ^ +^ Tool ^ Cost ^ Notes ^ 
-| Makita DHP481 combi drill (the powerful ​one) | £180 £400 kit with 2x 5Ah batteries, charger ​+2x 5.0Ah batteries and dual charger | [[https://​www.ffx.co.uk/​tools/​product/​Makita-Bl1850Bxdc18Rd-5055945202007-2-X-5.0Ah-Battery-And-Twin-Charger-Kit|£150]] | | 
-| Makita ​DTD154 impact driver | £127 | ::: | +DHP481 combi drill (powerful) | [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DHP481Z-Li-ion-Brushless-Hammer/​dp/​B00NIEJAFQ|£149]] ​| | 
-| Makita ​DTM51 oscillating multi-tool £115 | | +[[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DHP484Z-Li-ion-Brushless-Combi/​dp/​B01LYXFYLB|DHP484]] [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DHP485Z-Combi-Drill-18/​dp/​B07KWN1ZWF|DHP485]] <​del>​DDF484</​del>​ [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DDF485Z-Drill-Driver-18/​dp/​B07JF84GC6|DDF485]] drill (lighter) | £90-100 ​| | 
-smaller/lighter drill-driver DDF484? ​| | +DTD154 impact driver | [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DTD154Z-Brushless-Impact-3-Speed/​dp/​B01KYA32JQ|£134]] ​| | 
-Makita ​DJV181 jigsaw | £170 | | +| DJV181 jigsaw ​| [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DJV181Z-Cordless-Brushless-Li-Ion/​dp/​B00M215JBK|£170]] | | 
-Makita ​DHS680 circular saw | £160 | |+| DHS680 circular saw | [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DHS680Z-Brushless-Li-ion-Circular/​dp/​B00WW83F4Q|£149]] ​
 +| DTM51 oscillating multi-tool | [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Makita-DTM51Z-Multi-Tool-18-V/​dp/​B00QEBOE0Q|£105]] | | 
 + 
 +Running total: £957 
 + 
 +Drills: 
 + 
 +  * RMJ suffix = with battery 
 +  * Z suffix = tool body only 
 +  * DDF = drill drivers (no hammer mode) 
 +  * DHP = combi drill (with hammer mode) 
 +  * [[https://​www.makitauk.com/​product/​dhp481z.html|DHP481]] (heavy and powerful model, Tim K has one) 
 +  * [[https://​www.makitauk.com/​product/​dhp484z.html|DHP484]] (intermediate model) replaces DHP480 
 +  * [[https://​www.makitauk.com/​product/​dhp485z.html|DHP485]] (intermediate model) replaces DHP459 
 +  * DHP484 is slightly heavier and stronger than DHP485, but not by much
  
 ===== Air compressor ===== ===== Air compressor =====
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   * <​del>​Better bandsaw, probably Startrite</​del>​   * <​del>​Better bandsaw, probably Startrite</​del>​
   * Planer-thicknesser-jointer   * Planer-thicknesser-jointer
- 
-===== Oscilloscope ===== 
- 
-  * Rigol DS1054Z - https://​roundup.ehlab.uk/​issues/​issue10 
  
 ===== A new floor for G1 ===== ===== A new floor for G1 =====
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 The vinyl flooring in G1 is rapidly deteriorating. Literally anything would be an improvement. ​ The vinyl flooring in G1 is rapidly deteriorating. Literally anything would be an improvement. ​
  
-Floor area 9.1x4.2m = 38.22m2.+Floor area 9.1x4.2m = 38.22m².
  
 ===== Hot Water for G1 ===== ===== Hot Water for G1 =====
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 <​del>​[[https://​www.airconcentre.co.uk/​fral+sc14+mini+spot+air+conditioner+-+14000+btu/​2705279293|Air Conditioning Unit]] £490 <​del>​[[https://​www.airconcentre.co.uk/​fral+sc14+mini+spot+air+conditioner+-+14000+btu/​2705279293|Air Conditioning Unit]] £490
 </​del>​ </​del>​
-===== Laser Cutter Ventilation ===== 
- 
-Ducting from ground floor to roof level. High-power blower. Fittings. Installation costs. 
  
 ===== Amateur Radio ===== ===== Amateur Radio =====
  
-  * Antenna tunere.gLDG Z-11 Pro II+  *  
 +See also [[radio:​wishlist]] 
 + 
 +===== G14 Setup ===== 
 + 
 +Access Control: 
 + 
 +  * Power supply: Elmdene G13801N or G13802N (see Ebay section at top of page) 
 +  * Battery: [[https://​cpc.farnell.com/​yuasa/​np7-12/​battery-lead-acid-12v-7ah/​dp/​BT00578|NP7-12]] 
 +  * Replacement lock and electric lock strike 
 +    * This lock appears to be similar to G1We used a [[https://​www.morehandles.co.uk/​easi-t-euro-profle-nightlatch-case-only-mcn5025sss.html|mortice nightlatch]] and [[https://​www.locksonline.co.uk/​Access-Control/​Electronic-Strike-Releases/​Electric-Strike-Door-Release/​Mortice-Type-Electric-Strike-Release-Range/​Asec-IGES-T10-Electric-Strike-Release.html|Asec IGES T10 Ansi GK310]] electric strike release. 
 +    * The G2/G8 lock type might also work. [[https://​www.ebay.co.uk/​itm/​Yale-ES3100-Electric-Mortice-Strike-Lock-12v-DC-High-Security-Access-Control-NEW/​291235657314|Yale ES3100]]. 
 + 
 +Network: 
 + 
 +  * [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Ubiquiti-Networks-UAP-AC-LITE-Access-Point/​dp/​B016K4GQVG|UniFi AC Lite]] access point (or maybe upgrade G1 to a UniFi AC Pro instead)
  
-===== Entertainment ===== 
  
-  * [[https://​www.hifiberry.com/​shop/​bundles/​dac-bundle/​|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.  
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