About this Handbook

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Scheme for the Award of Honours

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Roles and responsibilities of Wellbeing Reps

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Advice and FAQ on Laptop Purchases

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Laptop Loan System

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Adobe Creative Cloud License Arrangement

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This page will be updated to reflect the latest advice from Professor Peter Cheung, who is in charge of the Department Computer policy.

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This will be added at a later stage. For queries, please contact the Department Representative (Student Representatives)

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Limits in the Cartesian space are as follows:

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Capability Access method

General access

General access to workshop during College open days/hours

Students may only use the ACE workshop after completing a safety induction and a recognised period of skills training. Suitable training is provided for all DE1, GID1 and IDE1 as part of the teaching programme.

For all others including AME MSc, PhD and Exchange students, training must be organised separately.

Laser Cutting and Etching (LaserCam A2 60 W).

For light materials such as plywood and MDF up to 6 mm, plastics and acrylics, card etc. No metals.

Request to Technician.

Inductions can be arranged through Head technician. Workshop stocks some materials, students may be required to provide own materials. Supported file format .dxf Service is free for all DE taught courses.

3D Printing

Z-Corp- Starch powder and binder visualisation models only. Some post impregnation but low strength.

Projet- ABS like plastic using wax support. Uses UV curing system.

Ultimaker 3 –PLA Up! Mini 2- ABS

Request to Technician. Supervisors’ approval is required. Provide .stl file of object. Service is free to all DE taught courses.

Students that have completed appropriate induction may use these 3D printers during supervised hours.

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the following format is written directly in html. its a much better format for mobile screens compared to tables but not as readible when making edits.

Students may only use the ACE workshop after completing a safety induction and a recognised period of skills training. Suitable training is provided for all DE1, GID1 and IDE1 as part of the teaching programme. For all others including AME MSc, PhD and Exchange students, training must be organised separately.

(LaserCam A2 60 W).For light materials such as plywood and MDF up to 6 mm, plastics and acrylics, card etc. No metals.

Request to Technician. Inductions can be arranged through Head technician. Workshop stocks some materials, students may be required to provide own materials. Supported file format .dxf Service is free for all DE taught courses.

Z-Corp- Starch powder and binder visualisation models only. Some post impregnation but low strength. Projet- ABS like plastic using wax support. Uses UV curing system. Ultimaker 3 –PLA Up! Mini 2- ABS

Request to Technician. Supervisors’ approval is required. Provide .stl file of object. Service is free to all DE taught courses. Students that have completed appropriate induction may use these 3D printers during supervised hours.

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generally speaking, it is probably best to keep capabilities as their own headed sections, for ease of finding the right one, a table of contents placed before it.