Machine Shop (DL167) – The machine shop is supervised.

Turning: Turning, boring, facing, threading, tapers, reaming, and knurling.

Milling: Slotting, squaring, boring, drilling, reaming, polishing, and cutoffs.

Hot Work: TIG, GMIG, SMAW, Spot welding Oxy-acetylene, torch cutting, shaping, bending, brazing, heat treating and spot welding.

Sheet Metal: Shearing, rolling, brake, bending, filing, forming and slitting.

ACRA TURN 1340 lathe
Clausing 1350 lathe
HAAS TL-1 CNC lathe
Trak K3 mill
Clausing mill
HAAS TM-2 CNC mill
Solberga Drill Press
Jet Drill Presses
Grob 4v-24 Vertical band saw
Jet 16” horizontal cutoff saw
Supra 616 manual surface grinder

Kent 1020 3 axis surface grinder
Disk and Drum Sanders
Makita Miter Saw
Dewalt Planer
Saw Stop Table Saw
Epilog Laser EXT 36inx24in table
Makerbot 2x 3D printer
Dimension uPrint
Dimension 1200ES 3D printer
Dimension Elite 3D printer
LPKF S63 circuit board milling machine

Metrology and Assembly (DL125)
Measurements of profile, run out, endplay, micro-finish, flatness, and the associated tolerances are all part of the Discovery Learning Laboratory.

Brown and Sharp Coordinate Measuring Machine
Multiple National Instruments PXI and Compact DAQ systems
Toolboxes and Toolcrib access

Large Projects Lab (DL113)
The Large Projects Lab (LPL) supports large activities like welding painting, sanding, grinding and so forth. The LPL allows us to help student clubs like Solar Boat, SAE, and ASCE concrete canoe competitions excel.

Electronics Lab (DL121)
The Electronics Lab supports all student activities involving digital and analog circuitry. It is managed by an Electronics Technician who is available for student consult and student project assistance.

Students studying in lab

About the lab

The Marquette Engineering program is design-focused and laboratory intensive. Many classroom and laboratory assignments are multidisciplinary and project-based. The Stan Jaskolski Discovery Learning Laboratory provides a fully equipped, on-site machine shop for design and production of prototypes, test fixtures or complex objects. It is a place where students explore the practical aspects of engineering.


Contact

Operations Engineer
Thomas A. Silman
(414) 288-5423
thomas.silman@marquette.edu