University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota: Department of Mechanical Engineering
http://www.me.umn.edu/

Mechanical Engineering Student Machine Shop - (Location-ME176)

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Peter Zimmermann
Manager
zimme049@umn.edu
612-625-7855

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Clare Adams
Student Worker
612-626-0342

           
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John Adams
Student Worker
612-626-0342

Mitchell Gardner
Student Worker
612-626-0342

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Evan Humphreys
Assistant Laboratory Machinist
612-626-0342

 

 

 

The purpose of the Mechanical Engineering Student Shop is to give Mechanical Engineering undergraduate and graduates and other students enrolled in ME courses a well-equipped and safe environment to work on their student projects related to the ME course work, thesis or approved special projects. Approved students from Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, Bio-medical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering are now being given access to the shop as well.

 

ME Student Shop Hours

Open Monday — Friday
10:00am — 6:00pm

Shop Safety Training

For 'Shop Safety Training' please come to ME176.

Lasers and 3D Printers

The lasers and 3D printers are now located in ME2134. View page: https://sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/csesil/home

General Rules for Use of the Mechanical Engineering Student Shop

FULL USE OF SHOP IS ALLOWED ONLY TO THOSE STUDENTS THAT HAVE COMPLETED ALL SECTIONS OF THE REQUIRED INTRODUCTORY SHOP TRAINING


Employees should use workers compensation procedures to report an injury. Non-employees should have treatable injuries taken care of by their health care provider. Tools are to be returned to proper storage location after use. Machines and work area are to be cleaned after use.

Safety Glasses

Department policy, as well as state law, require safety glasses with side shields to be be worn in the Student shop. There is a limited assortment of safety glasses available for use in the student shop but users are encouraged to purchase their own. (SAFETY GLASSES ARE NO LONGER BEING SOLD IN THE STUDENT SHOP) Boyton Health Service Eye Clinic has a "Safety Eyewear Program" where individuals may purchase prescription as well as non prescription safety eyewear.

U of M Wireless Available

U of M wireless available. - Access to ProEngineer and Solidworks and FeatureCam.