NO furniture in the workshops
NO food and drinks in the workshops
All waste must be deposited in the appropriate containers.
The workshops are video monitored.
Machines that may be used by students after the introductory course:
All machines standing along the windows in the wood workshop as well as those placed on the wall of the shop.
Machines that CANNOT/may not be used by students:
CNC milling machine
The corridor areas are not for storing materials.
These can be placed for short periods in the shelving system in the room by the painting booth.
Loan of certain types of tools etc.:
Can only be lent out by taking a photo of the student card and estimated time will be lent out.
The tool is always returned to the same lender.
Borrowed equipment is 100% the student’s own responsibility. AAU has no insurance
The shelving in the wood workshop is NOT self-service. Students must themselves
bring materials (especially for 3D printers). If you are in doubt as to whether a material is
approved, you MUST ask the workshop people.
Pallets and other items “found” out in nature are not permitted.
Laser cutters may ONLY cut soft materials. Architegn has the types that are
approved. Others MUST be approved by VH first.
It is NOT permitted to use AAU’s equipment to produce items for which payment is made
for. Some projects are paid for by internships and are part of the education.
These may be allowed. Common to all is that you contact
the workshop group FIRST. Here it is assessed whether a project is commercial
3 laser-cut poinsettias, or a sign for Roskilde Festival, we don’t interfere.
But it is strictly forbidden to sell items that AAU’s equipment has been used for
Service! and opening time:
Workshops etc. are basically open around the clock, but are
closed on the weekend. Exceptions are during exam periods. Here is there
also access on weekends. However, this does not mean that
the workshop people are on call.
The workshop normally provides support between 8:15 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. (Friday until 2:00 p.m.)
Remaining time is at your own risk