Storage Policy

Decatur Makers does not have general project storage.

Exceptions:

  1. Supporter-level members get a storage bin, which should be stored in the designated areas.

  2. Projects that are drying (either paint or glue) that can fit on the drying shelves are allowed while the project is drying, but must be marked with a filled out DTMP sheet.

    1. Drying projects that do not fit on the drying shelves require you to contact the makerspace manager or executive director for approval.

  3. Projects for the makerspace, like woodshop storage solutions or 3D printers under repair, may be stored in the space, but must be marked with a filled out DTMP sheet. These should be approved by the makerspace manager or executive director.

  4. Materials and projects used for outreach may be stored at the space, but must be marked with a filled out DTMP sheet.

  5. Large projects may be stored if they have been approved by the makerspace manager or executive director, are properly marked with a filled in DTMP sheet, and are active. An active project is one that is regularly making significant progress, as determined by the makerspace manager or executive director.