[KwartzLab] How many blades??
doug at moens.org
Wed Oct 5 01:28:12 EDT 2011
Here's my opinion, for whatever it is worth: We are planning to
support up to 100 kids over the course of the event, but they aren't
all carving pumpkins simultaneously. That makes me think we can do
with far fewer blades. Unless each participant keeps their blade, but
I don't see a compelling reason for that, and it's a pain to
manufacture so many blades. We were earlier talking about having 10
pumpkin carving stations. That number isn't solid, as we haven't
chosen a venue yet. However, there's a limit to how many simultaneous
kids we can reasonable support. We are limited by some combination of
space and available volunteers. Right now, I'd guess that 20 blades
would be plenty.
You've actually done this before, and I haven't. If you are
recommending 110 blades, then you probably have a good reason, and I'm
happy to follow your recommendation. I don't feel particularly
qualified to "own" the decision on how many blades we need.
On 4 October 2011 22:00, Jeff Schmidt <digitalfalcon at rogers.com> wrote:
> Hey pumpkin carving planners! How many blades do we need to make? I need to know so I can get the scroll saw blades and dowels.
> I'd recommend one blade per participant plus 10% but I need you to confirm...
> - Jeff
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