Central Science Laboratory

Central Electronics Workshop

Central Electronics Workshop
Sandy Bay Campus, Chemistry Building, Room 106

The Electronics Workshop supports a vast array of research instrumentation within the CSL and for many other Schools of the University of Tasmania. They also offer a repair and maintenance service for most electronic and electromechanical equipment and provide consultation in design and construction of electronic instruments. Paul Waller, and John Davis have extensive expertise in troubleshooting complex problems as well as designing new equipment to meet specialised requirements. The workshop has a CAD based printed circuit board fabrication facility and also a small CNC machine for prototyping work and small production runs.

The Electronics Workshop supports a vast array of research instrumentation within the CSL and for many other Schools of the University of Tasmania. They also offer a repair and maintenance service for most electronic and electromechanical equipment and provide consultation in design and construction of electronic instruments. Paul Waller, and John Davis have extensive expertise in troubleshooting complex problems as well as designing new equipment to meet specialised requirements. The workshop has a CAD based printed circuit board fabrication facility and also a small CNC machine for prototyping work and small production runs.

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