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 Building Infra Needed
pretty much got everything now :)
Stuff we need right now, or "next" -- IE, stuff we're going to have to go out and buy if nobody comes up with it.
- Plastic bins -- Rubbermaid style plastic bins with lids, of various sizes, suitable for projects. Bring in a box for your project!
- Shop Vac -- We could use our own.
- Chop Saw -- AKA mitre saw
- Bench Lathe -- preferably a small one :)
- impact driver (--lex)
 Furniture and Furnishings
- 4 or 5 folding banquet tables
- a 24 foot ladder (preferably extending, for ease of storage)
- labeller (like Brother PT-65P)
- Theremin sink controller Turning on water without touching anything directly.
 Raw Materials
- Pegboard fittings -- stuff to hang tools on a pegboard with
It would be cool to have
- flash drives to learn how to make bootable flash drives--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- music CDs for the stereo--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- a FAX machine--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- a medium to high-end copier--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- cell phone(s) to make outside calls (more privacy than landlines)--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- clamps and vises
- a microscope (I've had good luck recently with the Dino-scope USB microscopes)
- American Science and Surplus has lots of cool microscopes in the sub-$500 range.
- 10x-30x binocular microscope on a boom mount makes small SMD work much easier.
- a USRP -- Schoen 20:26, 1 October 2008 (PDT)
- a high-voltage power supply
- Standalone web cameras (like the infinitely (remote root++) hackable Axis cameras. They're stand alone and can do both photo/video streams.
- PLD programmers suitable for whatever kind of PLDs people plan to work with
- Computer Gear
- computer(s)/laptops for those without laptops (for doing tasks at NS e.g. email, wordprocessing, etc.) Plus printer.--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- loaner laptops for those without laptops, perhaps on a 6-month or 1-year basis. Nearly-new laptops or older laptops with wifi and reasonably good web graphics would be great!--Owen 10:18, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- 17" and 19" and larger LCD monitors
- VESA wall-mounts and monitor arms for LCD displays
- digital infrared camera - if you have a shitty old DV cam (shittier the better) it should be able to pick up enough IR for our needs so please bring it!
 Electronics Lab Equipment
- Hot Air Rework Stations (Digital or Analog) http://www.amazon.com/Aoyue-968-Digital-Rework-Station/dp/B000HDG0AO/
- Temp adjustable Soldering station (appropriate for Pb Free)
- Spectrum Analyzer
- Logic Analyzer
- Sampling Oscilloscope
- Boxes of Random IC's to sort :)
- Component Cabinets
- Fire extinguishers: several more fire extinguishers would be useful in preparation for having functioning kitchen and lab space. Several kinds of extinguisher would be useful for various parts of the space.
- Bucket of sand. Check it once a week to make sure that the sand hasn't accreted into a solid block.
- Nitrile gloves - 3 boxes - should always be in stock; they can be had cheap from American Science and Surplus.
- 2 Xlarge & 2 medium lab coats. (~$17 at AS&S I think)
- Safety goggles -- 2-4 pair
- Eyewash bottle (always keep full with clean distilled water)
- Sulfur powder for working with mercury
- convex mirror like the ones for backing out of garages
- https cert from a CA that is trusted in most browsers root ca's so no more untrusted cert crap (yes certs suck, we could also not use https by default)
a pony (pwnie would do)
- Complimentary tickets and passes to local and non-local computer/technology/electronic conferences, shows and seminars. A great way to further our chartered educational mandate: we can spread word of NB, maybe set up a booth, bring back current info on trends and ideas to our membership.--Owen 10:28, 29 October 2009 (PDT)
- stationary: binders, spiral notebooks, labels and label maker, markers, tape, duct tape, masking tape, pens, pencils, post-its, rulers, colored pencils, paper, printer paper, erasers.--Owen 11:20, 27 October 2009 (PDT)
- closed-circuit camera at bottom front entrance (for security)--Owen 10:19, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- round colored-coded stickers to label and categorize books (like libraries)--Owen 10:19, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- art books and art and technology books--Owen 10:19, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- aquarium tank and fish--Owen 10:19, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
- pet(s)/mascots. No live penguins, pit bulls, or giraffes--Owen 10:19, 11 October 2009 (PDT)
 Acquired or no longer wanted
(Strikeouts preserved from previous sections. May be wanted again.)
Garage Shelving -- The kind of heavy-duty shelving that you stick in your garage to put boxes of stuff on -- like this, or similar. We're also willing and eager to accept wire bakers-rack style shelving, but it's more expensive :)
20 folding chairs -- something like these Bring any number you have to spare. They do not need to match!
Plug-in USB charger for e.g. Motorola/HTC phone - The official Noisebridge Phone charges by USB, so it would be very good to have a charger! Something like this.
Bench Grinder -- this sort of ting
Compressor -- Not the kind that plays techno.
Sewing Machine -- For sewing all sorts of cool things.
 Furniture and Furnishings
a stereo system or other music solution
2 garbage cans (25 or 30 gallon) for recycling + garbage
7 bar-height stools suitable for shop seating -- stuff to sit on at the work bench, i like these
2 or 3 office chairs -- You know, office chairs.
Work Table -- One 4' by 2' or so (4' wide at most, it's for a specific space) *sturdy* worktable
Trashcans -- 2 large kitchen-style trash cans
Room Dividing Bookcase -- Something like  that is free-standing, wide and tall
A comprehensive first aid kit
5-10 power strips
2'x4'x1/2" plywood for installing equipment in the wiring closet
Garage Shelving -- the metal kind with all the holes in it, with particle board shelves -- various heights needed, consult build team.
Work Table -- One 6' by 2' or so *sturdy* work table (my 300 pound self should be able to stand on it without feeling it wobble)
 Raw Materials
2 8x4 sheets of 3/4" ply -- to make shop shelving out of
2 Sheets of 1" Hardwood Ply -- the good stuff, this is for work surfaces. We actually need about 20' of 2-foot wide work surface.
50' of 1" galvanized steel pipe -- Legs for our workbenches.
2 8x4 sheets of pegboard -- Actually, we need a 2x8 and a 2x10 foot section
36' of 1x1 -- to mount the pegboard
a soldering station
- with high voltage probes, please?
a function generator(there seems to be a Leader LFG-1300S here now Dr jesus 22:32, 3 June 2009 (PDT))
a regulated power supply
a computer to control USB devices
- Network devices
15" LCD monitors for interactive projects(touchscreen a plus)
a large wall-mounted scrolling LED sign, or an LCD or VFD display (for showing bus and train departure times and other announcements)(Zebra does this and we also have a LED sign now. Dr jesus 22:32, 3 June 2009 (PDT))
Large box baking soda for neutralizing acid spills, vinegar for neutralizing base spills.
Paper towels -- 2 large packs