In this workshop, students carry out hands-on activities in the field of mechanical development.
In this workshop, students carry out hands-on activities in the field of mechanical development, closely linked to the Bachelor’s in Industrial and Aerospace Engineering, the Master’s in Automotive Engineering and the Master’s in Industrial Engineering. The lab also invites activities linked to different projects promoted by the University, related to the different clubs and high-impact projects such as the one developed by the Formula UEM Club and the Robotics Club.
This laboratory aims to provide students with a multipurpose area where they can learn how to handle key machine tools in the development of various mechanical designs. While this knowledge is traditionally associated with vocational programmes, a graduate in mechanical engineering who knows how to use these machines will be a better, more well-rounded professional.
Similarly, knowing how to handle ABB industrial robots—of all the sizes and structures found across industries—complements students’ theoretical training, as it adds a practical element and thus firmly establishes what they’ve learned in class.
The activities carried out in this workshop include:
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