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'''Major:''' Engineering Physics
 
'''Major:''' Engineering Physics
  
'''Certificate''' Mechanical Engineering
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'''Certificate:''' Mechanical Engineering
  
 
'''LinkedIn:''' [https://www.linkedin.com/in/asherburkin/ in/asherburkin]
 
'''LinkedIn:''' [https://www.linkedin.com/in/asherburkin/ in/asherburkin]

Revision as of 21:46, 23 November 2021

MakerSpace Fabrication Technician

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Email: aburkin@tulane.edu

Major: Engineering Physics

Certificate: Mechanical Engineering

LinkedIn: in/asherburkin

Profile

Maker Skills

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Projects

CNC Mill

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Titans Mill 1.jpg

This is the second piece I milled from the Titans of CNC course.

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Water Jet

I was helping with a project to cut this 1 inch thick, cold rolled slab of steel, into a new base to hold a vice. The entire operation took around 45 minutes. The garnet container needed to be refilled over 10 times and I was constantly checking the orientation of the the water jet cutter. In setting up the program, I had to take into account the kerf of the water as the holes and size of the base needed to run true to the design. I ran a very slow cut for this operation to ensure the the deflection of the water, as it first goes through the steel, does not curve too much through the cut.

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Water jet cut for steel vice.jpg


Vice size comparison.jpg
Final cut.jpg