What is the MME Clinic?
The MME Clinic inspires better student learning through authentic engineering activites including hands-on, practical applications, and engagement with the community in a space where students can experience integration between topics, courses, and programs.
WATiMake is home to the MME Clinic. It is a MME undergraduate student facility equipped with rapid prototyping tools and equipment to encourage the integration of engineering design into class activities. WATiMAKE is located in the Douglas Wright Engineering (DWE) building in room 3508 and 3509. MME Clinic staff assist students with their projects and activities, develop new activities, provide instruction on safe use of equipment, and maintain the facility.
WATiMake is equipped for students to come in and work on prototypes, design projects, course activities, MME Clinic workshops, and more.
|Monday: 1:00pm - 4:30pm||Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm|
|Tuesday: 8:30am - 4:30pm||Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm|
|Wednesday: 8:30am - 4:30pm|
Safety and Policies
Please familiarize yourself with the Safety Policy and User Policy before accessing our services. For more information about activities that were developed for these courses, please see our Activities page. The MME Clinic has also supporting programs and activities in partnership with Engineering Outreach.
SolidWorks Certification Program
The University of Waterloo currently offers two exams from the SolidWorks Certification program:
- SolidWorks Certified Associate (CSWA)
- SolidWorks Certified Professional (CSWP)
These are designations that demonstrate a user's proficiency of mechanical design using SolidWorks.
If you are interested in taking either the CSWA or CSWP exam, more information can be found in the 2021 SolidWorks Certification Presentation.
MME Clinic videos
Learn about the Mechatronics Design Studio, an accelerator for students completing their final year Capstone Design projects.