DLC Labs – Scheduling Training and Shop Dress Requirements

Shop training occurs in the Fall semester. We do this to ensure that everyone has access to the shop’s resources when they need it in the spring. We close the shop for all training sessions in order to concentrate on our students.

Schedule training early in the fall semester.

To apply for shop training

We use the eMarq email system’s calendar to schedule all training appointments. All training sessions are scheduled in two hour chunks. We do not allow walk-in training sessions.

Your e-mail should contain a request to be scheduled for Basic Shop Training or Advanced Shop Training. Advanced Shop Training requires that you have the Prerequisite of Basic Shop completed.

Required Proper Dress – for rooms noted. 5 seconds or 5 hours proper dress is ALWAYS required.  Safety Glasses, T-shirts or short sleeved shirt, long pants, closed toed shoes are required. All worn fabrics shall be a natural fiber (cotton, wool, flax…) no synthetics. No sandals, No shorts, No tank tops, No hooded sweatshirts, No cell phone use.

Engineering Hall – DLC Labs

Each room has a list of requirements which allows us to manage risk to students and staff. The DLC Labs hours of operations are as follows:

  • Monday – 8am to 8pm
  • Tuesday – Friday 8am to 10pm
  • Saturday – to be determined

Room 128

  • No training requirement
  • Open access for COE students
  • Access for University students by request

Room 121 (Electronics Lab)                 

  • No training requirement.
  • Access to Electronic Workstations

Room 125 (Multi-Discipline)       

  • Requires proper dress.
  • No training requirement.
  • Access to Hand Tools only.
  • No powered hand tool access.
  • Tool Checkout from Tool Crib

Room 113 (Large Projects Lab)  

  • Requires proper dress.
  • No training requirement.
  • Check In/Check Out on bulletin board.
  • Access to Hand Tools only.
  • Some Tool Checkout from Tool Crib

Room 167 (Machine Shop)         

  • Requires proper dress.
  • Requires Basic and/or Advanced Training to enter
  • Basic Training – Access to Band Saw, Drill Press, Powered Hand tools and other tooling
  • Advanced Training – Access to Mill and Lathe
  • Unrestricted Tool Checkout from Tool Crib

If you have any questions, please e-mail us.

dlc@marquette.edu

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