The Engineering Technology Department offers extensive laboratory facilities to support each program with equipment, instrumentation, and test facilities directly related to each field of specialization.
Our computer labs are state of the art teaching facilities utilizing the current versions of software from Autocad, Solidworks, Production and Inventory Control Software, Minitab, Design Expert, Microsoft Office, MS Project, Inventor, and Revit. The department has the ability to develop design prototypes using a 3D prototyping printer for verification of class or industrial design concepts.
Our manufacturing labs have the following equipment:
Robo Crib Tool Management system, 11 Clausing Lathes, 2 Jet Lathes, 1 Hendey Machine, 1 Monarch Machine, 2 Lebland Machines, 1 Reed-Prentice Machine, 1 South Bend Machine, 5 Bridgeport Mills, 1 Gorton Mill, 1 Exacto Mill, 1 Induma Mill, 1 Cincinnati Horizontal Mill, 1 Brown & Sharp Horizontal Mill, 1 Kearney & Trecker Boring Mill, 5 Bench Grinders, 2 Do -All Saws, 1 Welder Miller, 3 Surface Grinders, 2 Cutter Grinders, 1 Sun & Hone, 1 Brown & Sharp OD Grinder,1 HAAS CNC Machining Center, 1 HAAS CNC Lathe, 1 Mori Seiki CNC Lathe, 1 Fadal CNC Machining Center, 3 Fadal CNC Trainers, 1 Arbrug Plastic Injection Molder, 1 Hansvedt EDM Machine, 1 Hydraulic Trainer, 1 Pneumatic Trainer, 1 Cincinnati Milacron Industrial Robot, 2 Jones and Lamson Machines.
Material Testing and Metrology Lab
Our materials testing and metrology lab has the following equipment:
36x36x24 Mitutoyo Coordinate Measuring Machine, Digibot Laser Scanner, Zwick Impact Tester, Instron Universal Testing machine, Rockwell Manual Hardness Tester, Rockwell Digital Hardness Tester, Plastics Melt Indexer, and various Precision Measuring Equipment.