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[[File:Ents_rack_20110301.jpg|left|The rewired rack as it stood Feb 27, 2011]]
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<includeonly>[[Category:Equipment]]</includeonly>
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[[Equipment|Back to list of Equipment]]
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<noinclude>
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== Usage ==
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Welcome users:
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{{Equipment|owner=Owner of Loaner of equipment|model=Make/Model of equipment|arrived=When this thing first showed up|doesitwork=Does this work or not|contact=person to contact|where=where is it}}
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</noinclude>
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{| style="border:solid #aaa 0px; margin:0px; font-size:100%; background:#ffffff; width:0px; padding:1em; text-align:absmiddle; float:right; clear:right;"
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| {{{itemphoto|[[file:Equipment-no-photo.jpg|150]]}}}
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|}
  
The ENTS network is currently being rebuilt, until things are stabilized what is listed here should not be taken as gospel.
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== Label ==
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{{Template:EquipmentLabel|owner={{{owner}}}|certification={{{certification}}}|hackable={{{hackable}}}}}
  
Member(s) that can make adjustments and changes to Network should you need anything.
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== General ==
</br>
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* '''Owner/Loaner:''' {{{owner}}}
Lead: Unknown!
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* '''Make/Model:''' {{{model}}}
</br>
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* '''Usability:''' {{{doesitwork}}}
Secondary: Unknown!
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* '''Contact:''' {{{contact}}}
</br>
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* '''Where:''' {{{where}}}
Primary Backup: Unknown!
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* '''Certification Needed:''' {{{certification}}}
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* '''Hackable:''' {{{hackable}}}
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* '''Estimated Value:''' {{{value}}}
  
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== How to Use ==
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LaserCad software is available on \\atlas\Media
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<br><br>
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Step 1: Ask Someone who is certified for instructions <br/>
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Step 2: Read Instructions. <br/>
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Step 3: Place Instructions in Laser Engraver. <br/>
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Step 4: Burn them... <br/>
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Step 5: Wing it...
  
{| align="left" style="text-align:left;" border=1
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== Materials ==
! Network
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! 802.1q tag
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! Subnet
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! Description
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|-
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| [[Network:Default|Default Network]]
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| 1
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| 192.168.1.0/24
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|
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|-
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| [[Network:Infrastructure|Infrastructure]]
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| 15
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| 172.16.15.0/24
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|
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|-
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| Tenant 1
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| 51
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| 192.168.51.0/24
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|
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|-
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| Tenant 2
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| 52
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| 192.168.52.0/24
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|
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|-
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| Tenant 3
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| 53
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| 192.168.53.0/24
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|
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|-
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|-
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| Cipherkey WAN
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| 101
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|
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| PPPoE from DSL ISP
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|-
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| Shaw WAN
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| 102
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|
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| DHCP from Cable ISP
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|-
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| Vlan of the damned
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| 666
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| 192.168.66.0/24
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| vlan for unused switch ports that isn't routed anywhere
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|}
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{| align="left" style="text-align:left;" border=1
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<br>
! Printer
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The good, the bad, and the ugly of materials.
! IP
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<br>
! Location
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<br>
! Description
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This editing of this wiki table is just starting.  On the wall next to the laser cutter you will find a longer list of safe/unsafe materials.
|-
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<br>
| General Use
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{| style="width: 100%; text-align:left;" class="wikitable"
| 192.168.1.24
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!colspan="4"|<big>Unsafe Materials</big>
  | Electronics Bench
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| Brother HL-2270DW
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!style="width: 20%"|Material
  |-
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!style="width: 3%"|Marks
| HP Large Format
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!Notes
| 192.168.1.25
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| Back upstairs NE corner
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|PVC, including vinyl, artificial leather
| HP Colorlaserjet 5M
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|[[File:recycle3.png]]
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|Releases Chlorine gas! Dangerous to breathe and corrosive to the equipment.
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|-
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|Polycarbonate/Lexan
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|
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|Doesn't cut well, tends to catch fire.
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|-
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|ABS plastic
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|[[File:abs.png]]
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|Emits Cyanide! (do you need another reason?). Fine then, it melts and makes a mess too.
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|-
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|HDPE
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|[[File:recycle2.png]]
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|Although tempting due to its ready availability (milk jugs), it melts, catches fire, and makes a big mess.
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|}
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<br>
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{| style="width: 100%; text-align:left;" class="wikitable"
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!colspan="4"|<big>Safe Materials</big>
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|-
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!Material
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!Cutting
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!Engraving
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!Notes
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|-
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|Wood-solid
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|Yes
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|Yes
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|
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|-
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|Wood-MDF
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|Yes
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|Yes
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|Engraved surface may become pitted due to glue and wood particles being burnt at different rates by the laser
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|-
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|Acrylic
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|Yes
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|Yes
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|Engraving at high power levels may cause many small fractures to appear.
 
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|}
  
[[File:Drop_map.jpg|500px|link=http://ents.ca/wiki/images/b/b3/Drop_map.jpg|Network drop map]]
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== Fine-Tuning ==
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<br>
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Suggestions for getting the best results from various materials, using this laser cutter.

Revision as of 20:42, 1 May 2014

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Contents

Usage

Welcome users: Baleeted for testing porpoises.

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Label

Template:EquipmentPage {{{owner}}} http://ents.ca/index.php/Template:EquipmentPage

General

  • Owner/Loaner: {{{owner}}}
  • Make/Model: {{{model}}}
  • Usability: {{{doesitwork}}}
  • Contact: {{{contact}}}
  • Where: {{{where}}}
  • Certification Needed: {{{certification}}}
  • Hackable: {{{hackable}}}
  • Estimated Value: {{{value}}}

How to Use

LaserCad software is available on \\atlas\Media

Step 1: Ask Someone who is certified for instructions
Step 2: Read Instructions.
Step 3: Place Instructions in Laser Engraver.
Step 4: Burn them...
Step 5: Wing it...

Materials


The good, the bad, and the ugly of materials.

This editing of this wiki table is just starting. On the wall next to the laser cutter you will find a longer list of safe/unsafe materials.

Unsafe Materials
Material Marks Notes
PVC, including vinyl, artificial leather Recycle3.png Releases Chlorine gas! Dangerous to breathe and corrosive to the equipment.
Polycarbonate/Lexan Doesn't cut well, tends to catch fire.
ABS plastic Abs.png Emits Cyanide! (do you need another reason?). Fine then, it melts and makes a mess too.
HDPE Recycle2.png Although tempting due to its ready availability (milk jugs), it melts, catches fire, and makes a big mess.


Safe Materials
Material Cutting Engraving Notes
Wood-solid Yes Yes
Wood-MDF Yes Yes Engraved surface may become pitted due to glue and wood particles being burnt at different rates by the laser
Acrylic Yes Yes Engraving at high power levels may cause many small fractures to appear.

Fine-Tuning


Suggestions for getting the best results from various materials, using this laser cutter.

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