IRLab Shop Area

The IRLab machine tool shop contains a variety of equipment for working with metal, wood, and plastic.  This facility is used extensively by researchers from in the Optics Lab and the Lighting Lab as well as the IRLab.  Although LBNL's main shop facilities are also used to help build experimental apparatus and prototypes, having our own shop with easy access to machine tools and assembly area has provided a high level of efficiency to reseach efforts that involve fabrication projects. 
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The IRLab shop is located in Bldg. 53 and contains: an NC mill, a lathe, a tablesaw, a bandsaw, 2 drill presses, a crosscut saw, a variety of hand tools, and a fairly complete set of associated tooling. 

 

For more information on Infrared Thermography Laboratory research and facilities contact:

Howdy Goudey
Building Technologies Program
510-486-6046 (fax)