ME Student Machine Shop
|why||The shop provides safety training and technical guidance as well as machine operation instruction for the purpose of providing hands on experience which seeks to balance and compliment the strong theoretical education here at UC Berkeley. It serves engineering students from the ME, CE, NE, and BioE Departments. It also supports engineering team competitions: Formula SAE, CalSol (solar powered), Super Mileage Vehicle, Human Powered Vehicle, and Civil Engineering Bridge Building teams.|
|where||The Student Machine Shop is located at 1166 Etcheverry Hall in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the north end of the University of California at Berkeley.|
|who||The Student Shop is managed and operated by Dennis Lee, Gordon Long, Mick Franssen, and Scott McCormick who between them have accumulated over 60 years of practical work experience in industry and manufacturing.|
|how||The Student Machine Shop training program provides student instruction covering safe working skills using hand tools, operating power machine tools safely, and the general procedures operating those machine tools. The machine tools include engine lathes, vertical and horizontal milling machines, drill presses, off-hand grinders, belt sanders, band saws, and additional equipment used in teaching manufacturing processes, including an OMAX Water Jet, a Mori Seiki CNC Lathe, a HAAS VF-O VMC, and a FANUC Cut Wire EDM|
|when||Upon completion of a concentrated technical training program, students who qualify are allowed to utilize the shop facility. Here, they design and manufacture their engineering projects supporting their engineering class work, research, and team competition groups.|
|sign up||Student machine shop training begins by signing up at the machine shop in 1166 Etcheverry Hall at the beginning of each semester, see Gordon, Mick, Dennis , or Scott for individual sign ups.|
Student Shop Hours
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
January 22, 2013
The shop is available to undergraduate students who are working on class projects and research from the ME, NE, CE, and BioE departments. as well as BioE undergrads working on project classes.
To use the shop, you must complete four phases of training, a total of five hours.
SIGN UP NOW!
To schedule your training, please see Gordon, Mick, Dennis, or Scott in Room 1166 Etcheverry Hall.
Training scheduling begins on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. Your training must be completed by Friday, March 22, 2013.
Safety glasses required
No open-toed shoes, flip-flops, or sandals allowed in the ME Student Machine Shop or ME 102/130 work areas