Peter Roberts - WoodyDusty
Currently we have big boxes of mixed screws. Having looked through these last night, most are non-general screws that aren’t useful for the average project. It’s also not generally advisable for people to be rummaging through a big box of spiky metal.
I would like for these to be stored in the metal recycling container at Tameside household recycling and instead for woodworking to stock a few basic countersunk screws of various sizes. They won’t work for everything, but for a huge proportion of projects they work, and if a member wants something more specific they can buy that.
(Updated from unsuitable trade pack following JC’s comments below)
There needs to be storage and open for suggestions. Part of this proposal is getting rid of the lucky dip boxes. I very much do not want to increase clutter and in my strongly held opinion the affectionately named tetanus boxes have to go.
<£15, with ongoing consumable cost
Fully funded by Hackspace
Health & Safety
Less concern that people will cut themselves or get diseases from the boxes of mystery screws
Micro Proposal <£50 - 2 Board Members and 2 Members
Supporting Board Members:
- Joe Christian
- Dominique Tink
- Peter Roberts
- Tom Howe