KEA’S NEW PROTOTYPE WORKSHOP AND MATERIALS SHOP CAN BE FOUND ACROSS FROM THE RECEPTION AT KEA GULDBERGSGADE. HERE STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO SEVERAL WORKSHOP FACILITIES, INCLUDING A WIDE RANGE OF MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT.
Textile Printer Mimaki / Read manual HERE
Lasercutter Universal ILS 12.75 / Read manual HERE
3D printer Form Labs
3D printer Ultimaker 2
Milling machine Flexicam Viper 609
Sign cutter Graftec 1000 cutting plotter
Circular saw Martin T-60 (NB staff must help you operate the machine)
Bandsaw Hema 400 (NB staff must help you operate the machine)
PLEASE READ THESE SAFETY INTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
- The Workshop is only available to enrolled KEA students, lecturers, researchers or students from our partner institutions in Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs.
- We require that you ask for instruction from a workshop assistant the first time you use a specific machine or tool.
- Access to the workshop is granted via a booking system. Due to practical and safety concerns, the maximum capacity of the workshop is limited to 35 users.
- Use of the workshop is at your own risk and therefore we strongly recommend that all students have coverage with their own insurance policy.
- The classical safety requirements should be followed; Long hair must be tied back, and loose hanging clothes and jewelry are not allowed in the machine room. We require that students have safety shoes, safety glasses, and earphones when using the wood working machines.
- Loan of hand tools is handled by the workshop assistants. Tools may not be taken out of the workshop without permission from a workshop assistant.
- All work should be finished 15 minutes before closing time. Users should leave their tools and completely clean work tables before leaving.
- All models and materials can only be stored in the workshop during a course. Afterwards, all materials will be thrown out.
- Food is not allowed in the working area. Neither food nor drink is allowed in the machine room.
- All work processes with involve assembling or cutting of lasercut models should preferably be in the workshop’s workroom and not in the machine room.
- You should ALWAYS clean up after yourself. Use the workshops trash containers for trash.