[KwartzLab] How many blades??
digitalfalcon at rogers.com
Wed Oct 5 07:59:55 EDT 2011
110 was only if the participants were keeping their blades. I was planning on buying a gross (144) for 50 bucks, but if you need less than that (40? 50?) I may just get them locally.
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On Oct 5, 2011, at 1:28 AM, doug moen <doug at moens.org> wrote:
> 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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