Research Engineer/Workshop Technician
Phone: + 46 90 786 63 88
I come from northern Sweden and I have a Masters degree in
mechanical engineering. I've mainly worked in the industry, but
right now I'm helping out with machinery and manufacturing here at
What I do at UID
Mainly I manage the workshop and try to keep everything working
and keep all the materials in stock. I'm also involved in prototype
manufacturing by helping with machining and giving advice.
I am involved in the workshop courses, teaching how to use the
metal-working machines. I also teach a bit of health and safety.
Finally I teach some CAD/CAM (for use with the Roland CNC machine)
and some 3D modeling (Solidworks).
Talk to me about
How to create your model. Which materials and machines to use. How
to adapt your model so it can be easily manufactured (how to split
it up for milling or printing for an example).
Early design stage:
Consult me about what is really possible. Physics, mechanics,
electronics, and manufacturability.
-How to use the Roland CNC machine
-How to use the lasers (if Peter is not available)
-How to safely operate the machines in the workshop, in case you
haven't used them in a long time
-How to use the paint equipment (but not how to do a good
paintjob, I am not an experienced painter)
-Expanding individual workshop licenses when a course or project