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CAD/CAM Lab

CAD/CAM Lab

The main objective of this lab is to train IE students in the area of CAD/CAM and familiarize them how CAD/CAM is implemented in the real world. It provides the broad knowledge about the areas of computer aided drafting, solid modeling, part programming, and CNC machining. The students get hands on experience in setting up and machining the workpieces on trainer lathe and milling machines.

  1. Desktop trainer CNC lathe machines (Boxford).
  2. Desktop trainer CNC milling machines (Charly4U).
  3. CNC EMCO milling and lathe machines.
  4. CAD/CAM software (CATIA).

The following are photos of equipment examples included in the CAD/CAM Lab.

 

 

 

Desktop trainer CNC

lathe machines (Boxford)

The PC controlled

Boxford 160TCL

lathe is used for

training students

in a CAD/CAM course.

 

Desktop trainer CNC

milling machines

(Charly4U).

This machine used for milling soft materials, it allows to drill and cut out electronic circuits, cut and engrave plates and boxes plastics, to engrave, drill aluminum front panels.

 

CNC EMCO milling and lathe machines.

 

 

For more information about the IED laboratories, please download the following IE bulletin: