Mechanical workshop

Welcome at the Precision Mechanical workshop at Department of Chemistry

At the Precision Mechanical Workshop we currently have  2 full-time employees,  1 precision mechanic,    1 tool maker, who construct, develop and manufacture scientific equipment in close collaboration with researchers and students. New industrial technicians will also be trained on ongoing basis.

We are working with many different types of materials (metals, plastics, composites, and ceramics/glass/graphite). The process is most often that the idea is developed through personal attendance and communication with one of the workshop's competent employees.

At the workshop, you will be advised about the choice of materials and the design options, and also asked about any future needs, meaning that we can work for as many possible parameters in our 3D design.

The choice of the manufacturing method based on the experience of the staff provides better economy and shortened delivery time for each task.

The workshop has a close collaboration with the industry, which expands the possibilities and efficiency when a design requires equipment that is not at the machine park.

The machine park at the workshop consists of:

  • Manual Milling Cutters
  • Manual Rotary Lathes 
  • CNC 3-Axis Cutter
  • CNC-Set lathe with rotary tools
  • Column Drilling Machines
  • Belt Sander
  • Bench Grinder
  • Table Saw
  • Tig welder
  • Spot Welder
  • Manual Edge Benders
  • Anodizing Plant (for small items)

The workshop also carries out service tasks for the department, as well as service/renovation of some types of vacuum pumps.

You are always welcome at the workshop for getting sparring and knowledge – we're helping people during the idea process.

Greetings from the Mechanical Workshop

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