The SEAS Engineering Machine Shop supports experimental
research, student clubs and course requirements. Highly
skilled staff provide technical support for faculty, staff
The machine shop offers:
Design assistance, repairs, fabrication and assembly of
laboratory components, equipment and machinery using a wide range
of materials, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, plastics
Full complement of modern precision tooling and machinery,
including CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) machining.
Supervised student workshop, that following a safety
orientation, allows hands-on access to machines and equipment for
undergraduate and graduate engineering students involved in
designing and fabrication of research equipment and class projects.
It is also available to Engineering Club members that are involved
in designing and fabrication of competitive intercollegiate
A revered scholar, teacher and mentor, Joseph Mollendorf has
made pioneering contributions to the field of service learning by
providing generations of students with opportunities to do research
on assistive device technologies.