We are here to service the University community. We have a great deal of experience producing innovative parts for the Physics and Chemistry departments, both for research and educational purposes.
For more information contact: Lou Buda (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are capable of machining and welding a large range of materials: steel, aluminum, plastic, wood, etc... Shown below is a 3-axis CNC milling machine with 5'x10' bed. This machine is computer programable and has cutting accuracy to +/-0.002" over the entire surface. It has been used to construct a large part of the CLEO III Ring Imaging Cherenkov detector, a large system for High Energy Particle Physics.
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Last updated: 12/18/09