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How does JHC work?

The JHC concept is based on multidisciplinary student teams refining ideas into prototypes. The ideas may be connected to courses or come from students themselves, LUT Universities’ employees or LUT’s external stakeholders, such as business partners.

Special attention is paid to work safety:
◼ All users must register for the orientation course entitled J. Hyneman Center and read through the general rules of JHC.
◼ Students can access JHC with an access control tag after they pass the orientation test. The purpose of the test is to make sure everyone works safely and follows the same rules.
◼ A staff member is always there to help during JHC’s opening hours.

Rooms and machines can be booked through the Outlook calendar, in the same way as LUT meeting rooms.

How much does it cost to work at JHC?


What machines are available?

We are continuously developing and updating our range of machinery and aim to meet users’ needs. In addition to conventional hand tools, JHC has devices such as a lathe, sewing machines, 3D printers and welding equipment.

The woodwork shop has tools such as circular saws, drills, sanders and cutters. The electronics stations have multimeters, oscilloscopes and soldering stations.

See the full list of resources in LUT's Moodle (course: J. Hyneman Center).

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