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    momer93
    @momer93
    For the Desktop CNC something like this would be nice.. https://www.revo.com.tr/en/ .. this is a commercial turkish design with a full enclosure and 1.5KW spindle that can easily machine aluminium. But i guess this is the kind of design we are looking at for a desktop CNC mill something that is enclosed and able to cut/mill aluminium of thickness 10-15mm along with PCB milling and etc..
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    Something that looks like this..fits on a desktop and can machine parts in aluminium like the one above :P
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    that is really really nice
    Is someone in Hamburg currently working in building a machine? (3D printer, CNC,...)
    momer93
    @momer93
    We have just started the project last month..so currently was the search for various DIY machines done by people..I will be updating the github wiki with the finds...then the plan is to come up with a design in time..for now we starting with a small DIY 3D printer..
    There is a list of machines like a 3D printer, desktop CNC, Large format CNC (router), laser cutter, vinyl cutter and so on..
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    I see, sounds good, I will keep an aye on the wiki
    momer93
    @momer93
    Cool that needs to be organized as well since its some kind of syncro with MKdocs i guess..still a little confused with how that works..so once thats figured out the wiki should filling out
    Sorry its late so my minds stuttering and grammer is going haywire :P
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Yes, I saw the structure in the github with all the machines. Also saw that for the 3d printer there are multiple options, some are very impressive
    haha no worries
    momer93
    @momer93
    We are starting with the hypercube evolution design for now..its a nice little fully opensource coreXY cubic design by Scott3D on thingiverse..will fill up the log soon. Start with it and make mods on it as required
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi @momer93_gitlab, how could I contribute to the documentation of the "Open Lab Starter Kit" repository ?
    Should I fork it and make a pull request?
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    momer93
    @momer93
    Hey Juan :) I think @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg or @satshas_gitlab can answer that better..
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    :point_up: Edit: Hi @momer93_gitlab, how could I contribute to the documentation of the "Open Lab Starter Kit" repository ?
    Should I make a branch and make a pull request?
    :point_up: Edit: Hi @momer93_gitlab, how could I contribute to the documentation of the "Open Lab Starter Kit" repository ?
    Should I create a branch and make a pull request?
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    Way to go juangrados
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]

    by the way, we have our own gitlab server now: gitlab.fabcity.hamburg

    the repos that are on the gitlab.com instance now are being exported to our own gitlab instance

    you should be able to create an account there. and we need help to configure it
    :point_up: Edit: Way to go juangrados i ment your merge request and added a picture of the mail notifying me. somehow the picture is not displayed here. I confirmed your request. i think we should give it an own project within fab city hamburg development next to the open lab starter kit. the guy developing the farm robot at fab lab kleve is actually a colleague of danie ingrassia
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]

    i have created a new subgroup "agriculture" and moved your considerations, juan, into the readme file

    but maybe that is not so smart. trying to clone your original document to the agriculture repo now

    it would be easier if you merge it into the new repo yourself, so everyone sees that you created it, juan
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi Benedikt, ok, no problem I can do it now directly to the Agriculture repo.
    What I do not understand yet is if I should do it to the repo in the gitlab or to the new private server?
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    in the gitlab for now
    we can export the whole fab city group to the private one later
    by the way, there is a 15 million euro application running for fab city agriculture in schleswig holstein that we are just becoming part of. will let you know more, when things become more clear there
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Sounds like a big project
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    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    and in my masters thesis i had a chapter on fab city agriculture, starting on page 34 in the google docs link https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Fab_City_Hamburg_and_its_Mission-Oriented_Coalition_for_Digital_Transformation
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Nice, I will give it a read
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    benedikt_seidel: I will leave the Readme document in the new Agriculture repo as is, I think there is no need to re do it from my side. We can use it as a starting point. ;)
    momer93
    @momer93
    Agriculture Robots sound interesting!!
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Out of curiosity, which are the machines that will be considered to be part of the "starter kit"?
    I see there are many placeholders in the git repo.
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    Small and big cnc mill and 3d printer. Laser cutter. Maybe plasma cutter
    momer93
    @momer93
    That was all written in the WiKi actually..transferred it to the readme now..so its easier to spot#
    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Thanks benedikt_seidel @momer93 I see that now is included in the README :)
    Pieter Hijma
    @pieter:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    Can you see this?
    Daniele Ingrassia
    @satshas_gitlab
    We can see it
    Leon Anavi
    @leon-anavi

    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg I've just sent an introduction email to get you in contact with the CEO of Olimex. He is a great person and a fantastic engineer.

    A quick update about Plovdiv: We had a call last week with Ida and base on her recommendation we are exchanging emails with Alessandra about Make Works. It looks like an excellent platform to realized the idea about virtual map of the local manufacturing facilities, maker and co-working spaces as well as supply chain.

    culturalheritagedigital
    @culturalheritagedigital
    Hi everybody, Niko here, I just read the post on facebook - sounds very interesting! Do you meet per video conference to talk about the project?
    I just published an open source DIY CNC milling machine, maybe it's of interest? http://www.cindymill.xyz/.
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    culturalheritagedigital
    @culturalheritagedigital
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    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    @culturalheritagedigital: are you angedockt / afiliated to / with any makerspace / fablab in hamburg yet? do you know attraktor, which is near the adress you mention on your cnc-webpage?
    culturalheritagedigital
    @culturalheritagedigital
    Not yet, but I would like to. Have been to the St.Pauli one a few times (when it was in St. Pauli)
    Yes, I have been lockpicking at Attraktor :)
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    cool. both attrakror and fab lab st pauli are members of fab city hamburg ev. i really like the way you set up the cindy mill project by the way.
    culturalheritagedigital
    @culturalheritagedigital
    Thanks. I would like to join your meeting on Friday if possible.
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    juangrados
    @juangrados:matrix.org
    [m]
    Very nice project @culturalheritagedigital!! I also live in the neighbourhood, very close to Attraktor :)
    culturalheritagedigital
    @culturalheritagedigital
    Thanks for the welcoming chat today, I am looking forward to interesting projects!
    benedikt_seidel
    @benedikt_seidel:fabcity.hamburg
    [m]
    It was great chatting with you. Would be nice to get some feedback from you on our projects on gitlab.fabcity.hamburg