WATiMake is a space FOR MME students with activities developed BY MME students.
The MME Clinic wants to help you get your hands on and experience authentic engineering activities. WATiMake is equipped for students to come in and work on prototypes, design projects, class activities, and more.
WATiMake is located in the DWE building in rooms 3509 and 3508. MME Clinic staff assist students with their projects and activities, provide instruction on safe use of equipment, and maintain the facility.
WATiMake is equipped with rapid prototyping tools and equipment for a variety of projects and activities:
- 3D printers
- Hyvision Cubicon Single+
- Hyvision Cubicon Style
- Formlabs Form 1+
- Formlabs Form 2
- Epilog Mini 24 laser cutter
- Roland MDX-40A CNC mill
- Vacuum forming machine
- Injection molding machine
- Dremel 3000 rotary tools
- Team workstations
- Hand tools
- 3D print finishing tools
WATiMake includes a number of benches for working at with access to water and compressed air.
Equipment is available to MME undergraduate students with appropriate training and under supervision of MME Clinic staff.
For more information about our equipment or how to get training on the equipment, please see the Equipment page.
To book access to equipment or sign up for activities, please see the Bookings page.
1. Be safe
Safety is a primary concern in WATiMake.
Be aware of your surroundings. Work safely. Do not endanger yourself or others around you through your actions or inactions.
All applicable safety standards are observed.
2. Be respectful
Respect the people. Respect the tools. Respect the space.
Be aware of your surroundings. Treat the people in WATiMake as you would your co-workers. Be sensitive, respectful, and inclusive in your interactions with others.
Treat WATiMake as you would your workplace. It is your space, but it is also a space for everyone. Please clean up after yourself, put away tools, and maintain a space that others can work in as well.
3. Think outside the box
What if...? How could your idea be different? What else could it look like?
Innovate. Try something new. Try lots of ideas, approaches, and projects. When they fail, change those ideas. Fail fast and fail often.
Most importantly, come back and try something new!