[Discussion] Marking Tangleball tools
Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop Enterprises Ltd.
workshop.enterprises at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 15:21:06 NZDT 2012
I've done this back in SA, but abandoned the practice, but I used to
take photo's of my compiled sets - mostly for my own reference, so that
I know what belongs where & what's missing (in the same way a
On 12/2/16 12:12 , Alan R Burns wrote:
> The way I see it is to give options for the non-TB tools
> We have pretty much decided on dazzle paint for the TB tools but if it
> is someone else's tool we can't just paint their tools..
> We should properly define the options for the non-TB tool tagging
> ie. Paining, Taping, Engraving....
> And we might need to do a discovery process to see what is TB tools
> and non-TB tools and respect the owners choice..
> Love you long time ;)
> On 16 February 2012 12:01, Cheng Eu Chew<renedox at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Before I forget, Rob, it was decided that we would appreciate your dazzle
>> paint for marking the Tangleball tools with -.-" otherwise, we can get our
>> On Feb 13, 2012 3:59 PM, "Mr. C K"<spielburg99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Yeah. I agree. I don't believe we have a theft problem. Lots of those
>>> tools are mine on loan to Tangleball and they still seem to be there. But
>>> there is a wee bit of confusion as to whose tools are ours and whose are
>>> Tumekes. I vote for pink paint. I have marked a couple of things with a TB
>>> for Tangleball. I used a white twink pen which is ok on some surfaces e.g.
>>> unpolished steel but no good on chrome etc . When I was engineering we used
>>> an impact engraver. Or used a threading tap tool to punch a series of dots
>>> to put our initials on tools. See the spanners on the shadow board. For
>>> personal tools its probably best to have your name or initials on it. So
>>> people can track down the owner if they find it lying around. But I do like
>>> the resistor colour code idea too.
>>> Cheers ck
>>> On Feb 13, 2012 3:16 PM, "Robin Paulson"<robin at bumblepuppy.org> wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 13 Feb 2012 14:33:01 +1300, Cheng Eu Chew wrote:
>>>>>> Yeah, but you can shove it in a bag if you really want to hide it.
>>>>>> we trying to prevent theft or just confusion?
>>>>> A bit of both, confusion being the primary concern - for me.
>>>> yeah, accidents are the main issue for me too. there's only so much we
>>>> can do to stop the stuff being nicked, and we will annoy the hell out of
>>>> people long before we stop all theft
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