Miscellaneous air conditioning, hack, office, sewing, silly, upgrade, ventilation
My new seating location at work is awesome. I have a great view of many of my coworkers. This, by itself, would not normally be big news, except that we make heavy use of Nerf® guns. I’m at the end of a line of desks facing down the line, so I have tactical advantage in Nerf® wars.
The only drawback to my position is its location relative to the giant windows for the patio. These windows are not particularly well insulated. In Tempe, AZ, summer temperatures reach the high 100-teens. The windows radiate the wonderful desert sun’s heat right into my personal space. I get hot even when the air conditioning in the office is set as low as 72°F.
Luckily, there is a vent above the desk.
The A/C vent before the upgrade
Electronics, Projects, Woodworking/Shop 24V, chair, motor, office, speed controller, stainless steel, welding
The Office Chairiot™ is a project I’ve been designing and building since last summer. The Office Chairiot™ is a battery-powered office chair towing device built with custom steel work and motorized scooter parts purchased on-line. With the amazing welding skizillz of the father of one of the owner’s of the company where I work, my dream of a modular powered office chair came to fruition recently.