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==Training==
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==[[Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Documents]]==
Preventing injury to people (and equipment) is our first priority.  To do this, users must demonstrate knowledge and competence.  After completing Basic Training, users can earn "badges" that certify their competence.  The various badges, and the equipment authorized by that badge, is listed below.  For each badge, a user builds one or more "widgets" using a combination of tools. 
 
 
 
It is of the utmost importance that users obey the mandatory [[PPE|Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)]] requirements when using tools in the MakerSpace.  Reminder signs are placed throughout the MakerSpace, and more detailed information can be found in the [[Job Hazard Analysis]] forms below, copies of which are also available in the MakerSpace.
 
 
 
===Basic Training===
 
Every MakerSpace user (defined as anyone who touches any tool or piece of equipment) must complete the Basic Training online course, and sign the waiver form (available from any Ninja).  Completion of Basic Training allows entry and access to hand tools in the MakerSpace.  All users must go through additional training procedures, described below, in order to earn badges that convey access to  powered tools.
 
https://tulane.learnerhall.com/Tulane/LearnerWeb_PTM.asp?ActionID=Launch&CourseID=TMS101CBT
 
 
 
===Digital-1 Badge===
 
Completion of the requirements for the Digital-1 badge allows access to the laser cutters and filament 3D printers.
 
[http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:Digital-1_qualification.pdf Digital-1 plans]
 
 
 
===Digital-2 Badge===
 
This badge extends privileges to the Ember SLA 3D printers.
 
 
 
===Metal-1===
 
Users with the Metal-1 badge on their RFID card are allowed to use the drill press, band saw, abrasive cut-off saw, grinding wheel, shear, bending brake, 3/8" portable drill and the angle grinder.  To earn Metal-1, two widgets must be correctly fabricated as shown on these plans: [http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:Instructions_and_Plans_for_Metal_1_badge_v2.pdf Metal-1 plans and safety]
 
 
 
===Metal-2===
 
This badge give access to the "sawzall" reciprocating saw and the 1/2" portable drill.
 
 
 
===Wood-1===
 
This badge gives access to the disc, belt, portable and spindle sanders; the wood shop's drill press and band saws, the "Blade Runner" saw, and the 3/8" portable electric drill.  Here are the instructions:
 
 
 
===Wood-2===
 
This badge extends Wood-1 privileges to include the table saw, the radial arm saw, and the portable reciprocating (saber) saw.
 
 
 
 
 
==Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Documents==
 
 
JHA documents go through the step-by-step process of setting up and using a machine, identifying potential safety hazards in each step.
 
JHA documents go through the step-by-step process of setting up and using a machine, identifying potential safety hazards in each step.
  
===Digital 1 Tools===
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==[[Material Safety Data Sheets]]==
[[File:Laser_Cutter_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
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The Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are required to be posted for all materials found in the MakerSpace.
[[File:3D_Printer_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
  
===CNC Tools===
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==Training==
[[File:CNC_Mill_and_CNC_Lathe_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
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Preventing injury to people (and equipment) is our first priority. To do this, users must demonstrate knowledge and competence. After completing Basic Training, users can earn [[Badge|badges]] that certify their competence. The various badges, and the equipment authorized by that badge, is listed below. For each badge, a user builds one or more "widgets" using a combination of tools.
 
 
===Metal 1 Tools===
 
[[File:Band_Saw_JHA_2017_03_18.pdf]]
 
[[File:Abrasive_Cut_Off_Saw_JHA_2017_03_03.pdf]]
 
[[File:Drill_Press_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
[[File:Angle_Grinder_JHA_2017_03_08.pdf]]
 
[[File:Bench_Grinder_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
 
 
===Wood 1 Tools===
 
[[File:Band_Saw_JHA_2017_03_03.pdf]]
 
[[File:Belt_Sander_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
[[File:Disc_Sander_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
[[File:Drill_Press_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
 
 
===Metal 2 Tools===
 
 
 
===Wood 2 Tools===
 
[[File:Radial_Arm_Saw_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
[[File:Table_Saw_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
[[File:Portable_Power_Drill_JHA_2017_03_03.pdf]]
 
[[File:Portable_Circular_Saw_JHA_2017_03_04.pdf]]
 
 
 
== Material Safety Data Sheets ==
 
Here are Material Safety Data Sheets for materials found in the MakerSpace
 
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[[File:PR48_Standard_Clear_Photopolymer_resin_MSDS.pdf]]
 
[[File:PR57_Photopolymer_resin_MSDS.pdf]]
 
[[File:PLA_Filament_MSDS.pdf]]
 
[[File:HATCHBOX_PLA_MSDS.pdf]]
 
[[File:Revolution_Ply_MSDS.pdf]]
 
 
 
== Equipment Manuals ==
 
Here are '''manuals''' for (almost) all equipment in the MakerSpace, organized into functional groups.
 
 
 
===3d Printers===
 
[[File:Lulzbot_Taz_5_Manual.pdf]]
 
[[File:Ultimaker_UserManual_UM2+_EN.pdf]]
 
 
 
===Laser Cutters===
 
[[File:Epilog_Helix_laser_cutter_Manual.pdf]]
 
  
===CNC Lathe & Mill===
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It is of the utmost importance that users obey the mandatory [[PPE|Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)]] requirements when using tools in the MakerSpace.  Reminder signs are placed throughout the MakerSpace, and more detailed information can be found in the [[Safety and Manuals#Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Documents|Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)]] forms below, copies of which are also available in the MakerSpace.
[[File:Tormach_15L_Slant-PRO_CNC_Lathe_Manual_0916.pdf]]
 
[[File:Tormach_PCNC770_CNC_Mill_Manual_0916A.pdf]]
 
  
===Band Saws===
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===[[Basic Training]]===
[[File:Model_87_BANDSAW_1986.pdf]]
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[[File: Basic.png|100px|left|link=Basic Training]] Every MakerSpace user (defined as anyone who touches any tool or piece of equipment) must complete the Basic Training online course, and sign the Waiver Form (hard copies available from any Fab Tech). Completion of Basic Training allows entry and access to hand tools in the MakerSpace.<br clear=all>
[[File:Sears_18_band_saw_351-243981.pdf]]
 
[[File:Jet_Horizontal_band_saw_model_414458_manual.pdf]]
 
[[File:Jet_16_inch_band_saw_JWBS-16B.pdf]]
 
[[File:Craftsman_351-214000_10_inch_band_saw.pdf]]
 
  
===Abrasive Cut-Off Saw===
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===[[Digital Tools Training]]===
[[File:Milwaukee_14_inch_cutoff_saw_6176-20.pdf]]
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[[File: Digital.png|100px|left|link=Digital Tools Training]] These trainings are provided to get users acquainted with using los-danger digital tools such as 3d printers and laser cutters.<br clear=all>
  
===Radial Arm Saw===
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===[[Electronics Training]]===
[[File:Delta_RS830_10_inch_radial_arm_saw.pdf]]
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[[File: Electronics.png|100px|left|link=Electronics Training]] This badge, earned through an online course, is required to safely utilize the tools in the electronics workshop located in the Project Room of the MakerSpace.<br clear=all>
[[File:Craftsman_10_in._COMPOUND_MITER_SAW.pdf]]
 
  
===Table Saw===
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===[[Sewing Machine Training]]===
[[File:Powermatic_10_inch_Table_Saw_PM2000.pdf]]
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[[File: Sewing.png|100px|left|link=Sewing Machine Training]] This badge, earned through an online course, is required to safely utilize the sewing machine located in the Mezzanine of the MakerSpace.<br clear=all>
[[File:POWERMATIC_ACCU-FENCE.pdf]]
 
  
==="Blade Runner" Saw===
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===[[Beyond Basic Training]]===
[[File:Rockwell_RK7320_Blade_Runner_saw.pdf]]
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The RFID Card issued as a part of Basic Training and Registration can be upgraded to allow access to various powered tools in the MakerSpace.  The training guides are listed below.  Please make an appointment with a training Fab Tech to complete any of these qualifications. A list of qualified Fab Techs is available in the MakerSpace.
[[File:Rockwell_7320_Blade_Runner.pdf]]
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[[File:Rockwell_9262_Picture_Frame_Cutter.pdf]
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===[[Digital-1 Training]]===
[[File:Rockwell_9261_Circle_Cutter.pdf]]
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[[File: Digital_1.png|100px|left|link=Digital-1 Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Digital-1 badge allows access to the simpler rapid prototyping tools (laser cutters, filament 3D printers) as well as the polishing disc sander and blast cabinet.<br clear=all>
[[File:Rockwell_RW9261_circile_cutter_for_Blade_Runner.pdf]]
 
  
===Drill Press===
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===[[Digital-2 Training]]===
[[File:Clausing_15_in_drill_press_model_1672.pdf]]
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[[File: Digital_2.png|100px|left|link=Digital-2 Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Digital-2 badge allows access to the more complex rapid prototyping tools like the AutoDesk Ember SLA 3d printers and the Carvey CNC router. <br clear=all> -->
[[File:Sears_20_inch_drill_press_137-229200.pdf]]
 
[[File:Central_Machinery_Mill_Drill_T2119.pdf]]
 
[[File:Wilton_15_inch_drill_press_A5816.pdf]]
 
  
===Sanders, Grinders, Blast Cabinet===
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===[[Metal-1 Training]]===
[[File:Delta_12_inch_disc_sander_31-120.pdf]]
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[[File: Metal_1.png|100px|left|link=Metal-1 Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Metal-1 badge allows access to the machines geared for plastics and soft metals, including the drill press, vertical band saw, shear, bending brake, horizontal band saw, riveter, and tapping tools.<br clear=all>
[[File:Powermatic_Belt_Disc_sander_31A.pdf]]
 
[[File:WEN_spindle_Sander.pdf]]
 
[[File:Central_Machinery_8_inch_grinder_S-595.pdf]]
 
[[File:Eastwood_blast_cabinet_20027.pdf]]
 
[[File:Eastwood_dust_collector_30998.pdf]]
 
[[File:Ecomet_IV_12_inch_grinder_polisher.pdf]]
 
[[File:Chicago_Electric_5_inch_random_orbital_disc_palm_sander.pdf]]
 
  
===Bending Brake===
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===[[Wood-1 Training]]===
[[File:Jet_BPB-1650_50_inch_bending_brake.pdf]]
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[[File: Wood_1.png|100px|left|link=Wood-1 Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Wood-1 badge allows access to the basic wood working machines including the drill press and band saws, spindle sander, "Blade Runner" jigsaw, dust collection systems and the combination belt/disk sander.
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<br clear=all>
  
===Portable Drill===
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===[[Metal-2 Training]]===
[[File:Makita_6300_0.5_inch_portable_drill.pdf]]
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[[File:Metal_2.png|100px|left|link=Metal-2 Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Metal-2 badge allows access to the machines geared for harder metals like steel, plus the precision drill press, abrasive cut-off wheel, bench grinder, angle grinder, portable drill, and reciprocating saw.<br clear=all>
[[File:Skil_6335_1-2_in_VSR_drill.pdf]]
 
[[File:DrillMaster_60614_3-8_in_VSR_drill.pdf]]
 
[[File:Black_and_Decker_7153_Type_1_3-8_inch_VSR_drill.pdf]]
 
  
===Portable Angle Grinder===
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===[[Wood-2 Training]]===
[[File:Porter_Cable_PC750AG_4.5_inch_angle_grinder.pdf]]
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[[File: Wood_2.png|100px|left|link=Wood-2 Training]] This badge extends Wood-1 privileges to include the table saw, the radial arm saw, and the miter (chop) saw.<br clear=all>
[[File:Alltrade_2407_4_1-2_in_Angle_Grinder.pdf]]
 
[[File:Milwaukee_6153_4_inch_angle_grinder.pdf]]
 
  
===Dust Collection, Oven, Parts Washer===
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===[[CNC Mill Training]]===
[[File:w1826_m.pdf]]
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[[File: CNC-Mill_v2.png|100px|left|link=CNC Mill Training]] Completion of the requirements for the CNC badge allows access to the Tormach PCNC 770 Mill. It teaches interactive mode, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360. <br clear=all>
[[File:2HP,_1500CFM_DUST_COLLECTOR.pdf]]
 
[[File:Jet_AFS-1000B_Air_Filtration_System.pdf]]
 
[[File:STABIL-THERM_LAB_OVEN.pdf]]
 
[[File:Central_Machinery__6_gallon_Parts_Washer.pdf]]
 
  
===Portable Jig Saws===
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===[[CNC Lathe Training]]===
[[File:Black_and_Decker_7548_Portable_Jig_Saw.pdf]]
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[[File: CNC-Lathe_v2.png|100px|left|link=CNC Lathe Training]] Completion of the requirements for the CNC badge allows access to the Tormach 15L Slant Pro CNC Lathe. It teaches interactive mode, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360. <br clear=all>
[[File:Skil_4235_Portable_Jig_Saw.pdf]]
 
[[File:Bosch_JS470E_Portable_Jig_Saw.pdf]]
 
  
===Portable Circular Saws===
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===[[Lathe CAM Training]]===
[[File:Northern_399981_7_inch_Circular_Saw.pdf]]
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[[File: CNC-Lathe_v2.png|100px|left|link=Lathe CAM Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Lathe CAM Training badge allows use of Computer Aided Machining on the Tormach 15L Slant Pro CNC Lathe. <br clear=all>
[[File:Craftsman_3_inch_circular_saw.pdf]]
 
[[File:Craftsman_6.125_inch_twin_cutter_circular_saw.pdf]]
 
  
===Measurement Tools===
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===[[Water Jet Cutter Training]]===
[[File:Calipers.pdf]]
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[[File:Water_Jet2.png|100px|left|link=Water Jet Cutter Training]] Completion of the requirements for the Water Jet badge allows access to the Omax GlobalMax 1508.  It teaches design with Omax software, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360. <br clear=all>
  
===Electronics Tools===
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==[[Equipment Manuals]]==
[[File:Tenma_72-8xxx_power_supply.PDF]]
 

Latest revision as of 16:09, 6 September 2022

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Documents

JHA documents go through the step-by-step process of setting up and using a machine, identifying potential safety hazards in each step.

Material Safety Data Sheets

The Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are required to be posted for all materials found in the MakerSpace.

Training

Preventing injury to people (and equipment) is our first priority. To do this, users must demonstrate knowledge and competence. After completing Basic Training, users can earn badges that certify their competence. The various badges, and the equipment authorized by that badge, is listed below. For each badge, a user builds one or more "widgets" using a combination of tools.

It is of the utmost importance that users obey the mandatory Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements when using tools in the MakerSpace. Reminder signs are placed throughout the MakerSpace, and more detailed information can be found in the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) forms below, copies of which are also available in the MakerSpace.

Basic Training

Basic.png

Every MakerSpace user (defined as anyone who touches any tool or piece of equipment) must complete the Basic Training online course, and sign the Waiver Form (hard copies available from any Fab Tech). Completion of Basic Training allows entry and access to hand tools in the MakerSpace.

Digital Tools Training

Digital.png

These trainings are provided to get users acquainted with using los-danger digital tools such as 3d printers and laser cutters.

Electronics Training

Electronics.png

This badge, earned through an online course, is required to safely utilize the tools in the electronics workshop located in the Project Room of the MakerSpace.

Sewing Machine Training

Sewing.png

This badge, earned through an online course, is required to safely utilize the sewing machine located in the Mezzanine of the MakerSpace.

Beyond Basic Training

The RFID Card issued as a part of Basic Training and Registration can be upgraded to allow access to various powered tools in the MakerSpace. The training guides are listed below. Please make an appointment with a training Fab Tech to complete any of these qualifications. A list of qualified Fab Techs is available in the MakerSpace.

Metal-1 Training

Metal 1.png

Completion of the requirements for the Metal-1 badge allows access to the machines geared for plastics and soft metals, including the drill press, vertical band saw, shear, bending brake, horizontal band saw, riveter, and tapping tools.

Wood-1 Training

Wood 1.png

Completion of the requirements for the Wood-1 badge allows access to the basic wood working machines including the drill press and band saws, spindle sander, "Blade Runner" jigsaw, dust collection systems and the combination belt/disk sander.


Metal-2 Training

Metal 2.png

Completion of the requirements for the Metal-2 badge allows access to the machines geared for harder metals like steel, plus the precision drill press, abrasive cut-off wheel, bench grinder, angle grinder, portable drill, and reciprocating saw.

Wood-2 Training

Wood 2.png

This badge extends Wood-1 privileges to include the table saw, the radial arm saw, and the miter (chop) saw.

CNC Mill Training

CNC-Mill v2.png

Completion of the requirements for the CNC badge allows access to the Tormach PCNC 770 Mill. It teaches interactive mode, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360.

CNC Lathe Training

CNC-Lathe v2.png

Completion of the requirements for the CNC badge allows access to the Tormach 15L Slant Pro CNC Lathe. It teaches interactive mode, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360.

Lathe CAM Training

CNC-Lathe v2.png

Completion of the requirements for the Lathe CAM Training badge allows use of Computer Aided Machining on the Tormach 15L Slant Pro CNC Lathe.

Water Jet Cutter Training

Water Jet2.png

Completion of the requirements for the Water Jet badge allows access to the Omax GlobalMax 1508. It teaches design with Omax software, and does not require the ability to design a part in Fusion360.

Equipment Manuals