The Physics Department’s Machine Shop team is involved in the University of Mississippi’s daily operations and serves as a resource to physics colleagues around the country. We are responsible for the design and fabrication of physics test equipment, machines, fixtures, and other devices. We have been involved in many research projects, both in the U.S. and internationally. Our goal is to contribute realistic end products to physicists’ ideas and dreams. Design is carried out using AutoCad and a variety of CAM software to support our CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machines. Implementation is accomplished by modern collaboration techniques that follow the process from design, through manufacturing, quality control, and finally shipment to our customers.
- Bridgeport EZ-Cam
- EGS Featurecam
- 3D Workshop
- Sodick AQ325L Wire EDM
- FADAL VMC 15-XT Machining Center
- FADAL VMC 5020A Machining Center
- Bridgeport CNC mills
- Romi CNC lathe
- Hansvedt EDM
- Small-batch aluminum anodizing
- Various manual machines
Machine Shop Projects
Test Absorber: Windows and Manifold. (FNAL)
Pixel detector. (FNAL)
201 MHz Muon Collider Prototype.
HCAL HO boxes. (CERN)
Fiber optic welders. (FNAL)
RF Cavity (Muon Collider). (University of California — Berkeley)
HCAL HB electronic boxes. (CERN)
HCAL HE boxes. (CERN)
Pixel detector prototype. (FNAL)
Pill Box cavity. (University of California — Berkeley)
Impedance Tube. (Richard Raspet and Tim Simmons)
Low Temperature Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy. (Veerle Keppens and Michael McGuire)
|More information on this project can be found at NCPA’s site.|
Kennon Observatory restoration. (University of Mississippi)
Our services are available for other departments on campus, as well as other educational institutions.
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We are located in the basement of Lewis Hall’s research wing.
Phone: (662) 915-5327
Fax: (662) 915-5326