The main fabrication workshop is fully equipped with woodworking hand-tools, and power tools as listed below:
There are around 12 workbenches. We generally limit use of the workshop to 16 students.
For specific inquiries about the workshop equipment, please contact Charlie Corry Wright at Hooke Park.
The ‘Big Shed’ Assembly Workshop provides a covered space of about 4oosqm for larger construction-scale work. The building has sliding access doors and the interior can be accessed using Hooke Park’s telehandler.
The Assembly Workshop has 3-phase power, pneumatic compressor and portable dust extraction. A tower scaffold is available for working at height. The building also houses our Stena re-saw and, from autumn 2014, the Kuka robot arm.
The Assembly Workshop space is available to visiting groups by prior arrangement as the space is often being used for Design & Make project work.
Robot: Kuka KR-150 (2000 series)
Max Payload: 150kg
Controller: KR C2
Digital I/O: 10 Inputs, 10 Outputs
Power: 24V and 240V
Kuka Rotary 7th Axis Integrated
Robot Cell Dimensions
7m x 6m x 5m
End-effectors: spindle, gripper, chainsaw, bandsaw…
Food at Hooke Park is provided in its refectory and cooked in the kitchen managed by Georgie Corry Wright. Most of the ingredients come from the kitchen garden or farmers in the local area, and the food is generally vegetarian to be inclusive to a broad range of diets. On some evenings, when the refectory kitchen takes a break, there is a barbecue and pizza oven for groups to use and historic village pubs nearby.
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