Difference between revisions of "Pledge: Replacement De Walt Table Saw"

From London Hackspace Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Pledges)
(Updated payment status for Luke Moody.)
 
(9 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 17: Line 17:
 
A replacement, with all usual parts, can be had, delivered for £399.
 
A replacement, with all usual parts, can be had, delivered for £399.
  
* [[User:Simon Hewison]] - £150
+
* <s>[[User:Simon Hewison|Simon Hewison]]</s> - £150 PAID for entire saw from own funds, will arrange the balance from Hackspace funds after pledges have been collected.
 
* Dean - £10
 
* Dean - £10
 
* Tim Stevens - £15
 
* Tim Stevens - £15
* Luke Moody - £30
+
* <s>Luke Moody</s> - £30 PAID (Bank transfer, due to arrive on 27th June; reference same as membership fee reference)
 
* [[User:Padski|Paddy Duncan]] - £20
 
* [[User:Padski|Paddy Duncan]] - £20
 
* Des Quilty - £15
 
* Des Quilty - £15
* [[User:Matth|Matt Haynes]] - £10
+
* [[User:Matth|Matt Haynes]] - £10 PAID (PayPal Donation, 23/06/2016 00:38 BST)
 
* Hackspace - £100
 
* Hackspace - £100
* Richard- £20
+
* <s>Richard Tonge</s> - £20 PAID
 
* Chris Ward - £15
 
* Chris Ward - £15
* Mike - £15
+
* <s>Mike</s> - £15 - PAID
  
 
Running total: £400
 
Running total: £400
  
  
Since this pledge has reached its target, I've ordered a table saw, we can arrange settling up, presumably via Russ.
+
Since this pledge has reached its target, I've ordered a table saw, we can arrange settling up, presumably via Russ. --[[User:Simon Hewison|Simon Hewison]] ([[User talk:Simon Hewison|talk]]) 16:31, 21 June 2016 (BST)
--[[User:Simon Hewison|Simon Hewison]] ([[User talk:Simon Hewison|talk]]) 17:17, 20 June 2016 (BST)
 
  
 
Please pay your money into the hackspace account and mark it as paid on this page the reference  
 
Please pay your money into the hackspace account and mark it as paid on this page the reference  
  
 
PLEDGE COMPLETE: DeWalt_TableSaw
 
PLEDGE COMPLETE: DeWalt_TableSaw

Latest revision as of 20:11, 24 June 2016

the De Walt has put up with a lot of (ab)use over the years, and it's a valuable tool, and at present, we don't have any safe and operational table saws in there (Andy says the Charnwood is awaiting AC node)

I had another look at the De Walt last night, to see if I could get it working.

The electrical switch enclosure with the safety fuses was completely caked in sawdust, this was easily removed. I confirmed that 240V was indeed getting to the motor terminals. The motor is dead, and is not available as a spare part. The saw is missing a riving knife (I've never seen it in the wood shop), the user manual insists that this is important safety equipment. The riser for the blade is not moving smoothly.

I agree. Time for a replacement, like-for-like, new-for-old, so I propose a new pledge. I have projects to work on that need a working table saw, so let's see if we can get it sooner, rather than later.


Pledges

A replacement, with all usual parts, can be had, delivered for £399.

  • Simon Hewison - £150 PAID for entire saw from own funds, will arrange the balance from Hackspace funds after pledges have been collected.
  • Dean - £10
  • Tim Stevens - £15
  • Luke Moody - £30 PAID (Bank transfer, due to arrive on 27th June; reference same as membership fee reference)
  • Paddy Duncan - £20
  • Des Quilty - £15
  • Matt Haynes - £10 PAID (PayPal Donation, 23/06/2016 00:38 BST)
  • Hackspace - £100
  • Richard Tonge - £20 PAID
  • Chris Ward - £15
  • Mike - £15 - PAID

Running total: £400


Since this pledge has reached its target, I've ordered a table saw, we can arrange settling up, presumably via Russ. --Simon Hewison (talk) 16:31, 21 June 2016 (BST)

Please pay your money into the hackspace account and mark it as paid on this page the reference

PLEDGE COMPLETE: DeWalt_TableSaw