We are, surprisingly enough, the only general access EE lab on campus, and have some pretty good equipment (including some of the nicest bench supplies on campus!):
MITERS’s decentralized structure makes it much easier for users to access our machine tools, since we can do frequent one-on-one trainings and give specialized advice. Our equipment consists of:
We have a number of 3D printers and other prototyping tools:
MITERS doesn’t provide any turnkey services (that would fall under the duties of SIPB), but we do have high-performance systems that users can run extended jobs on, something that is not available as a general resource anywhere else on campus. The nature of computing means the hardware changes quickly; it currently consists of:
The group doesn’t own any cameras (they are too fragile and theft-prone), but some of its members do, and are generally willing to allow them to be used for interesting research or projects.