Hi everyone,


Backstory: Our Enormous Composites Oven previously located in EB 480 was
built by the 2013 MME CF airframe capstone. It served us most
excellently for building large composite airframe pieces, although it
wasn't up to UL code standards. The MME department decided enough was
enough, purchased a new "totes pro" oven, and told us to remove the
large composites-oven-of-certain-death.

Today, Evan Waymire (yes, that Evan, of PSAS fame from the early 2000s
and VMS mentor) and Dennis from Motor Sports Engineering in N Portland
picked up the oven, and are giving it a second life. They're re-wiring
the electrics to make it more power and definitely safer. When it's back
up and running, we'll even be allowed to use it, which is great.

Thank you SO MUCH to those who came out today at 11:00am to help move
the beast onto Dennis' truck. It took about 10 of us, but it went
extremely well.

See you all Tuesday!


Andrew Greenberg

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Portland State University
a...@ece.pdx.edu  C: 503.708.7711

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