I just got word from the Bain Staff that the Bain Center is closing immediately due to concerns over the Coronavirus. Advice going forward is to call the center to find out the status. Ron
Just a note to let you all know that the new JET midi lathe was installed in the shop with the cabinet constructed by Mark Fradkin and I. Thanks to Gene for helping us today and also for bringing a … Continue reading →
The regularly schedule shop monthly clean-ups will no longer take place. Clean-up will now occur on an as-needed basis. Thanks very much to those who have contributed in the past and helping to get/keep the shop in great shape!
On Sep 25, 2019, at 17:51, Ron Fico <WorkshopCoordinator@hcwg.org> wrote: The shop is closed tomorrow morning Thursday 9/26 – no monitors available. The shop will be open tomorrow evening. Sorry for the late notice and inconvenience. Ron Fico
Shop cleanup happens the second Wednesday of a month. This month’s cleanup is on Sept 11 from 1:00-3:00 PM. We can always use a helping hand!
Shop Two-Month-Status 6/13/19- 8/16/19, includes Monthly Cleanup (8/14) The list below summarizes the shop’s activity of the past two months. Let me know if I’ve missed something or if a correction is needed. Ron Fico List of this month’s maintenance … Continue reading →
Due to low attendance at the workshop on Tuesday afternoons, those sessions will no longer be offered after July 16.
Shop Monthly-Status 5/13/19- 6/14/19, includes Monthly Cleanup (6/12) The list below summarizes the shop’s activity of the past month. Let me know if I’ve missed something or if a correction is needed…… Ron Fico List of this month’s maintenance activities … Continue reading →
The list below summarizes the shop’s activity of the past month. Let me know if I’ve missed something or if a correction is needed…… Ron Fico List of this month’s maintenance activities (outside of the monthly Cleanup) Contributors: T. Castonguay, … Continue reading →
This month’s shop clean-up occurs Wednesday May 8 1:00-3:00 PM Please consider offering a helping hand! There’s always plenty to do.