As we discussed in this week’s meeting, the 3D Printing area has been cleared of old, unused, non-working, wrong size, and random items. The Ultimaker and the WiiBox have been moved to the bench next to the CAD computer, this space will be our 3D printing area going forward so that we can fit new fun things in the space that 3D printing had been in previously.
All of the items removed from the 3D printing area are currently on a cart in the main area. If any of the items belong to you, please either remove them or let someone know to set them aside for you. Any items left on the cart at the 2020-01-21 weekly meeting will be either be placed up for sale (Dave Lear has volunteered to handle listings and sales) or placed on purgatory for anyone to grab if not worth selling.
I will come get the Polar printers this weekend.
I propose we screw the Cupcake to the wall or throw it on a high shelf. It’s a bit of a museum piece at this point and should be kept for posterity.
yeah theres quite a bit of history to that cupcake
The Cupcake 3D printer belongs to Dave Menninger. If we do decide to get rid of it, he should definitely be given ample time to retrieve it.
If nothing else, I will pick it up and take it to him.
I am fairly confident he would want it back.
As others have said, the Cupcake is essentially a piece of history and shouldn’t be trashed.
If it belongs to Dave Menninger, could someone who has contact with him ask if he wants it back, please?
If he does not, I’m cool with it not being trashed, but it has no value as history unless such history is documented and shared… Hive13 is not a museum, but if someone builds a shelf to get it up and out of the way and writes up a blurb about it’s history at the hive, it might be a cool Lounge display piece.
I can come get it some time. I feel pretty attached to the little guy.