New Sandpaper and New Experiments

I spend a few hours each week between a few makerspaces around campus. This semester, it will mostly be Makerworkshop, The Deep, and the machine shop in Bldg 32. As a mentor in Makerworkshop, it's important to keep the tools up to proper maintenance. I noticed the sandpaper was too soft and not gritty anymore, so I replaced it. In the meantime, my classes involving projects have started to ramp up as designs start coming along. I am looking forward to seeing these projects come to life as design requirements and preliminary systems' documents are being written.
A Ludlum Model 177 I am using for an experiment using a gamma source and solar panels.

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