The craftsmen here are experts in the design and fabrication of research equipment using metal, wood and plexiglass. These machinists use a variety of tools, including a Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) milling machine that carries out precision work that cannot be done by hand, to craft and design custom pieces specifically for your research needs. Click here for our story in SFU News.
Some of our projects:
This display case was designed and made to preserve a shark skeleton for biological research.
KERN 400 watt CO2 laser cutting 0.180" steel metal
A detector system built for TRIUMF Particle and Nuclear Facility and SFU Nuclear Chemistry
This machine was designed and built to help scientists produce research quality macro images.
Shrum Science Centre C8006
General Inquiries: 778.782.3302
Our Machine Shop Specialists:
Research Machinist Shop Supervisor
Ken Van Wieren