UW Engineering Shop
Students are encouraged to use the UW Engineering Shop for senior-design projects
and other applications utilizing design curriculum. Student use of the facility will
be limited to course-related work only.
What we expect from non-engineering UW studentsTo discuss your project in person, please bring the following information:
- Project name/course number
- Laboratory room number
- Principal investigator, instructor, or advisor
- First and last name of person requesting the work
- Phone and email contact for requestor
- Part material and quantity
- Well-annotated drawing
What we expect from UW engineering studentsTo discuss your project in person, please bring the following information:
- Parts must be drawn and modeled in Solidworks, no matter how big or small.
- If multiple parts are used, a Solidworks assembly model is required.
- Fasteners and off-the-shelf hardware must be included in assembly model, if applicable.
- If the parts are attached to an existing assembly, part or off the shelf item, that
item is to be represented in the assembly model.
- Engineering drawings of each part are to be created on title blocks with appropriate
dimensions and tolerances, quantities and materials.
- Assembly drawings with bill of materials are to be created, if applicable.
- All drawings and models are subject to shop manager and technician approval before
fabrication process can begin.
- This procedure is an exercise of what is expected of an engineer in industry and the
same process the shop technicians use to design and fabricate projects for customers.
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