£1,420.00 ex VAT
£1,420.00 ex VAT
Vital, I think you'll agree, but the question is, how many can we fit?!
Given all the electrical equipment.. and insurance..
Otherwise you're soldering on your lap, and that's going to leave a mark...
Depends on where you can source desks from - ex-government office-ware auctions might be an idea.
Here's the adjustable desk I use at the moment, bought from IKEA: http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/S19852113/ (£111)
http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/bas317-305mm-bandsaw http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/dw738-bandsaw or similar I was looking at table saws and then realised a bandsaw can do pretty much all the same stuff and more. This will cut wood, plastic and metal (depending on the blade fitted), has straight edges for accurate cuts, and the table tilts 45 degrees for bevelled edges. Does require... more »
If you're gonna be making something that goes in a case, chances are you'll need holes in said case. That's where a bigass drill press comes in
For general printing and PCB transfer printing. £100 upwards, depending on make, model and benefits.
Providing exterior-door security for the building inc. providing limited access cards to existing building tenants;
Required because it seems the only rational way to get 24/7 access without pissing people off.
A software/hardware/social mechanism to ensure that a shared printer is used equally and efficiently. Mainly to avoid skinflints using it to print all of their assignments... :)
A remote-controlled or semi-autonomous flying drone equipped with camera for wobbling around at events, perhaps suitably attired with Farset Labs and event logos.
I've obviously watched too many of the weather-balloon-based recordings of flights into the stratosphere.
A weather-balloon rig would be an easy place to start, although NI's issue is lack of land mass on which to.. um.. land is a wee bit of an issue - if the balloon drifts over the sea, recovery becomes a little more difficult.
Is there a rocketry club in Ireland?
Teach the kids how to program. Already one in Dublin.