Prototyping Lab Equipment

HAAS TM-2 Toolroom Mill
CNC milling machine introduces students to production milling
  • 40" x 16" x 16" machining envelope
  • 7.5-hp drive
  • 0.0004" positioning accuracy
  • 0.0002" repeatability accuracy
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HAAS TL-1 Toolroom Lathe
CNC lathe introduces students to production turning
  • 16" x 30" cutting envelope (X x Z)
  • 7.5-hp drive
  • 75"/min feed rate on X
  • 150"/min feed rate on Z
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Epilog Laser Engraver Mini 24
Engrave designs into parts or make cuts in thin sheets of material
  • 24" x 12" work area
  • 5.5" max material thickness
  • 1200 dpi max resolution
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Injection Molding Machine
Create plastic parts in a low-volume production environment
  • 8" x 11" mold plan area
  • 6 inch3 (4 oz) max single shot
  • 12,000 psi max injection pressure
  • 20-ton max clamping force
  • 800-deg F temperature control
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Dimension U-Print Plus 3-D Printer
3-D printer allows students to economically produce a tangible design prototype
  • Build size: 8" x 8" x 6"
  • Layer thickness: 0.010"
  • Material: ABS plastic
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3-D Laser Scanner LPX-60
3-D scanner allows students to quickly reproduce an existing part into a detailed CAD file
  • Table diameter: 8"
  • Plane scanning: 8" x 12" (w x h)
  • Rotary scanning: 8" x 12" (d x h)
  • Operating speed: 10.1 rpm (table rotation); 4.98 rpm (head rotation)
  • Scanning method: Spot beam triangulation
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3-D Laser Scanner LPX-1200
3-D scanner allows students to quickly reproduce an existing part into a detailed CAD file
  • Table diameter: 5.1"
  • Plane scanning: 5" x 8" (w x h)
  • Rotary scanning: 5" x 8" (d x h)
  • Operating speed: 9 rpm (table rotation); 4.48 rpm (head rotation)
  • Scanning method: Spot beam triangulation
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