William Krueger, AUP Room 471, 414-229-5073
Students and faculty with all skill levels have access to the professionally-equipped, 4,000 square-foot woodshop. Our shop provides ample production space, access to power tools and an extensive array of hand tools. Individual instruction in tool use and safety is required and is provided by staff and assistant technicians.
Rapid Prototyping Lab
Nicholas Rummler, AUP Room 179, 414-251-7592
AUP Room 179 (Laser and 3D printing lab) and AUP B95 (CNC lab)
Rapid Prototyping Lab email firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps to get your parts 3d printed
Steps to get your parts laser cut
The rapid prototyping lab at SARUP offers students and professionals access to a number of tools and resources aimed at computer‐aided prototyping and model making. Laser cutting and 3D printing constitute the base of these tools and are supplemented with tutorials, material samples, and other prototyping equipment.
Below are links to important documents which outline details such as the RP Lab’s Policies, Material List for the laser cutters, Job Request Forms, etc. Please remember that you must download the job request form(s) before filling them out, saving, and then sending them as an email attachment. When dropping off materials to laser cut, you must bring your printed Job Request Form.
Job Request Form – 3D Printing
Laser cutting template for 18″ x 24″
Laser cutting template for 24″ x 48″
Remember to convert colors in Illustrator to AutoCAD colors. Our machines only recognize AutoCAD’s RGB color configurations, thus they will not work with any other configurations. If we receive submissions with non-AutoCAD configurations we will have to reject them.
User Agreement: By submitting a job to the UWM RP Lab, you are acknowledging to have read and agreed to all UWM RP Lab policies and procedures. Failure to comply with these policies will result in loss of placement in queue or potential suspension from use of the lab.
If you have any questions about the RP Lab’s services, please email email@example.com or stop by the RP Lab (AUP 179) and speak directly with one of the technicians.