CNC Manufacturing Workshop
The Engineering Innovation Centre CNC advanced manufacturing workshop allows students to gain real understanding and appreciation of the design and manufacturing process.
Students will also gain a variety of practical manufacturing skills.
The workshop includes high quality machines with features such as 5 axis machining and Windows based 3D colour operating systems including ‘conversational’ software options.
The introduction of new CNC equipment such as the Hurco VMX with advanced verification graphics opens up opportunities for rapid manufacture of components from a range of materials for use with student project work from a range of disciplines and for use in the curriculum for engineering students. In addition, this gives the facility modern, industry-standard technology with which to support local industry for engineering innovation projects.
- Hurco VMX-42-SRTI with Dormer Pramet tooling; 4no. XYZ SMX2500 3 axis CNC/manual milling machines; 1no. XYZ SMX4000 3 axis CNC/manual milling machine; 4no. XYZ SLX1630 CNC/manual Lathes; 1no. XYZ SLX425 CNC/manual Lathe; 1no. XYZ SLX355 CNC/manual Lathe; Okuma Genos L200E - MY CNC lathe; HAAS VF 2SS 3/5 axis vertical CNC machining centre; Pillar drill; Various hand tools; FARO Edge and Prime co-ordinate measurement/scanning arms
9.00am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
Where possible and with prior arrangement, staff will work flexibly during the working day to accommodate specific support requirements which do not fit into the specified timetable.
The CNC Manufacturing Workshop can be found in 014 of the Engineering Innovation CentreGeneral Enquiry