This will be the first format of rules for lending the bandsaw. Supporting Members in this club have access to the Inland Reefkeeper Coral Bandsaw. Rules Must be a Supporting Member of this Club for at least 2 months. Must be at least 18 Years Old. YOU must deliver the bandsaw to a BOD member or the next person waiting in line. ONLY use the bandsaw for cutting coral. Do NOT use the bandsaw to cut PVC, Big Live Rock, or anything else. This could instantly damage the blade or dull the blade very fast. Corals ONLY. Small pieces of liverock = OKAY How do I borrow the bandsaw? Plan your days with the bandsaw efficiently. Do not borrow the bandsaw when you know you have soccer practice with your kids every evening for the next two weeks. Send 5$ to the club's paypal address at email@example.com Money will be used to buy replacement saw blades. Send a private message to @Enderturtle with the following contact information Phone Number Address Your information will be kept private. We just want to be able to get our bandsaw back in case you forget to give it back. We've lost expensive equipment in the past and want to avoid losing more equipment. You have 14 days to use the bandsaw. If you have been with this club for longer than 1 year, you get up to 21 Days to borrow the saw. After using the saw, wipe the board off with a paper towel and some tap water. Returning the Bandsaw Deliver the bandsaw to a BOD member or the next person waiting in line. We have BOD members throughout the bay area where you can drop the saw off. San Francisco = @Coral reefer San Mateo = @Enderturtle Castro Valley = @Geneva South Bay = Still looking. You have the option of delivering it to the next person who wants to borrow it or bringing it to a BOD member. How do I use the bandsaw? Check the bandsaw to make sure it's clean. You can also read the instructions manual here. Watch this youtube video. This is a saw. It probably won't cut your finger off but it can cut you so be careful. You should be wearing safety glasses. I do not recommend cutting corals with the saw if you have open wounds on your hands. Do NOT use the bandsaw to cut zoanthid/palythoa rocks. It is very dangerous. The palythoa toxin can aerosolize, potentially resulting in inhalation of the toxin. More information here. No More Bandsaw For You If the bandsaw shows up to you damaged/dirty, you can post in this thread and take a picture of the bandsaw. If the BOD members agrees, the previous user will get a Warning. If you do not return the saw within 16 days, you get a Warning. Plan your bandsaw days efficiently before borrowing the saw. If you get 2 Warnings, you're done. No more bandsaw for you. Clean the board and protect the saw. This is your saw too. We want you and everyone else to be able to use the saw again . It's really not that hard to use. Watch the video, read the manual, ask people questions.