For me, going to my community machine shop can feel a lot like going to the gym. I don't go often, I don't usually know anybody, and I tend to feel a bit out of place. I'm familiar with most pieces of equipment and the rules of the space, but I don't always know the social rules. How do I save a spot in line for the machine I want? Can I ask someone for help if I have a question and the attendant is busy?
I want to work on my handful of home projects without feeling self-conscious among the machine shop regulars. So I've compiled a guideline for myself to ensure I don't commit any faux pas. If you're just starting out at your community machine shop, this guideline might help you feel more at home, too
Community Machine Shop Etiquette
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