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Revision as of 19:51, 5 December 2021

Adding a new tool to the wiki? The procedure has been revamped! Please follow it as closely as you can, and report any problems on its talk page or the forum. The procedure for assigning wiki-ID numbers has been revamped too; please read it before giving anything a number!

We can always use new tools! Please feel free to contact Protospace to donate, arrange for pickup, or drop them off in person.

If you are interested in knowing what kind of tools we are looking for, we also have a member-managed tool wishlist, but your best bet on figuring out if we want something is simply asking on our forum.

We also have an alphabetically ordered and categorized tool catalog.


Treat the tools at Protospace with respect! Clean, functioning tools make for a happy crowd.

Rapid prototyping tools

Comparisons: our 3D printers, our laser cutters

Automotive tools

Chemistry

Electronics equipment

Metalworking tools

Woodworking and plasticworking tools

Textile and Vinyl tools

Measuring and inspection tools

See also: the electronics equipment section on this page for electrical and electronic measurement and test equipment.

Miscellaneous tools

Removed equipment

In case they are brought back, or, so people who could have sworn we had a tool know it was removed.