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Equipment

Waterjet CutterFlow Five-Axis Mach 4 Waterjet Cutter

  • Able to cut any material except tempered glass
  • 4' x 4' cutting table
  • Cuts angles up to 55 degrees
  • 55,000 pounds per square inch pump
  • Read more on the waterjet cutter

Rapid PrototyperViper Stereolithography Rapid Prototyper

  • .002" or .004" resolution
  • ClearVue material used (United States Pharmacopeial class 6)
  • Build table 10" x 10" x 10"

Stratasys Fortus Fused Deposition Modeling 400mc

  • Build table 16" x 14" x 16"
  • Four build bays (two model and two support)
  • Mainly uses polycarbonate, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and ultem (other materials can be used depending on customer needs).
  • Can vary layer thickness depending on material

Computer numerical controlled latheCTX 310 Gildemeister Computer Numerical Controlled Lathe

  • 12-tool turret of which six are live tools
  • 3-jaw chuck and collet chuck
  • programmable tailstock
  • programming in metric or imperial

Computer numerical controlled millDMU 50T Computer Numerical Controlled Mill

  • 16-tool magazine
  • 19" x 15" x 15" work area
  • programming in metric or imperial
  • automatic tool height setter

Advanced machine shopThe advanced machine shop also has a variety of manual machines and other equipment, including manual lathes and milling machines, a glass bead blaster, hydraulic shear, hand bender, hand roller, cabinet saw, router, drill press and buffing/polishing wheel.

Contact

Michael Pozzobon
michael.pozzobon@
sri.utoronto.ca

416-480-6100, ext. 7324

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue, M7 109
Toronto, ON Canada M4N 3M5