[Discussion] Marking Tangleball tools
Mr. C K
spielburg99 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 16:37:00 NZDT 2012
OK we will put the photos where the missing tools used to live. LOL.
But seriously, I will be in tonight. Lots of the tools are mine on loan. I
will make sure my CK or CR is on them. Then paint them. I'll still consider
them mine but they are on permanent loan. If I leave Tangleball (gods
forbid) I will either donate them or pack and disappear with them. The
paint is just to prevent confusion. I think each person should mark their
tools with initials and paint if on Loan. Or just paint if you donated it
to Tangleball. Personal tools should be idetifiably marked in some way so
they are not assumed to be a donation if they are left out.
What sayeth the Tanglemoot?
On Feb 16, 2012 3:21 PM, "Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop Enterprises Ltd." <
workshop.enterprises at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> shadowboard works):
> 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
> > 'recommendations'
> > 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 ;)
> > Alan
> > 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
> >> paint for marking the Tangleball tools with -.-" otherwise, we can get
> >> own.
> >> 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.
> >>> there is a wee bit of confusion as to whose tools are ours and whose
> >>> 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
> >>> unpolished steel but no good on chrome etc . When I was engineering we
> >>> an impact engraver. Or used a threading tap tool to punch a series of
> >>> 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.
> >>> people can track down the owner if they find it lying around. But I do
> >>> the resistor colour code idea too.
> >>> Cheers ck
> >>> On Feb 13, 2012 3:16 PM, "Robin Paulson"<robin at bumblepuppy.org>
> >>>> 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.
> >>>>>> Are
> >>>>>> 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
> >>>> can do to stop the stuff being nicked, and we will annoy the hell
> out of
> >>>> people long before we stop all theft
> >>>> --
> >>>> robin
> >>>> http://fu.ac.nz - Auckland's Free University
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