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Woodworking team
Started September 2015
Slack Woodworking channel
Lead Bob Wood
Members Team members listed on HMS.
HMS page [{{{hms}}} Woodworking Team on HMS]
HMS page (2) [{{{hms2}}} Woodworking Team on HMS (2)]
Budget (to follow)
Status Dissolved
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This team is being created in order to ensure that all major Hackspace 'departments' have teams responsible for them. Interested in helping out? Ideally be interested in woodwork, carpentry, joinery, making nice things with wood and have an affinity for sawdust - tell us what you can offer:

The aims and scope of the team, to be agreed and confirmed are:


To look after the Woodworking area, including keeping an eye on the tools and their usage, isolating any issues and keeping the area usable and user friendly.


The team is responsible for:

  • Keeping an eye on tools and consumables for the area
  • Keeping the area user friendly, safe and usable
  • Reporting any issues to other teams
  • Keeping the consumables relevant to the area topped up

The team is not responsible for:

  • Purchasing of tools
  • Other areas of the space

What timescales does the team have?

There are no major timescales, however it is essential the consumables do not run out.

What will happen if your responsibilities aren’t met?

If the Woodworking Team are unable to meet the demand or timescales, the trustees may take on the responsibilities of the Woodworking team on a temporary basis.

Person Specification

In order to be a Woodworking Team member, you need to be good at communicating with the membership, personable and easy to approach.

You should be visiting the space fortnightly to check on the woodworking area and whiteboard.