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General Induction - Fabrication Lab ARCHIVED

The Following is a 1st draft of the slideshow/ session plan for the General Induction. eventually this will be developed as a Powerpoint style slideshow with and an accompanying voice over narration.

Each session will start with the facilitator welcoming the participants individually and checkin them into Eventbrite When its time to begin the facilitator will welcome the group to the Fabrication Lab and acknowledge the traditional owners

I’d like to begin by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of the land on which we meet today, the Yaggera and Turrbal people and pay my respects to Elders past and present.

The Facilitator then introduces the slideshow

Induction Slideshow

General intro to the space and our programs

The Edge

The Edge is State Library space for creativity, ideas and experimentation. There are regular programs, events, workshops, facilitated meetups and community lab times in the space on Level 1 as well as here on level 0.

Fabrication Lab

The Edge basement houses the Fabrication Lab, a creative space with a host of resources for you to bring your creative visions to life. It is an open access community makerspace with equipment and tools available to anyone with a creative idea. If you have a hobby, project, assignment or an idea for a business that requires a laser cutter, soldering station, 3D printer, sewing machine or CNC Router, The Edge’s Fabrication Lab can help. You just have to be over 16, wear covered footwear and have completed the relevant safety inductions.

SLQ Wiki

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Purpose of The Edge Fabrication Lab and general information

Opening Hours

The Fabrication Lab is open to the Public from 12-6pm Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. we call these times Community Lab

On Thursday nights from 5:30 - 8:00 the Fabrication Lab hosts our makers meetup Hack the Evening.

At other times during the week we run ticketed workshops, run community engagement projects and work with local community organisations. Check out the Whats on page on the SLQ website to find out more.

Supervisors introduced and their role explained

Simon and other staff are our Fabrication Lab Supervisors Introduce Simon Simon Bio Introduce other members of the team that will supervise The role of the Fabrication Lab Supervisors is to…

SAFE, WELCOMING AND PRODUCTIVE SPACE

SAFE, WELCOMING AND PRODUCTIVE SPACE The State Library of Queensland is committed to providing

a safe place a welcoming place a respectful place, where needs and interests can be pursued freely where people show due regard to the needs, sensitivities and rights of others.The State Library of Queensland is committed to providing:

  • a safe place
  • a welcoming place
  • a respectful place, where needs and interests can be pursued freely where people show due regard to the needs, sensitivities and rights of others.
  • OH&S Management System blurb

Terms of Use explained

Food

The fabrication lab has a kitchen so members and staff can take a break to have snack, a tea or coffee and a chat. However other parts of the fab lab contain sensitive equipment and toxic substance so please don't consume food anywhere else in the Fabrication Lab

Personal Protective Equipment

PPE Blubage

BYO gear, chemicals and materials

Blurbage

traffic light system & inductions

Equipment Inductions

Bookings

storage

entrepreneurialism and short projects

sign in and out

from here Facilitator will take participants on a guided tour of the space.

Discussion

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