• The Automatic Thermocycling dipping machine is designed for simulation of oral temperature changes. The sample is immersed cyclically in baths of hot, warm and cold fluids. The machine is controlled by programmable logic controller (PLC) system with a touch screen as the interface for users. A simulation cycle was built as a mobile arm with a basket of one or more profiles, where the user can select two or three types of temperature. All six tanks are independent of each other and can be controlled via a touch screen.
  • The UML-V1 is a CNC lathe machine is the first Malaysian Made CNC Lathe. It is designed and developed by researchers and academicians of AMMP Centre, University of Malaya, Malaysia. The machine was designed to incorporate industry standard requirements and features while at the same time is user friendly, especially for beginner-level users.

AutoCAD Training

Course Overview 


This 3 days course is mainly for individuals who want to generate Technical Drawings and 3D modelling using AutoCAD. The training will be more concentrated on the practical side (Hands-on).


 utoCAD 2D Course  


Key Topics

- Introduction to AutoCAD

 - AutoCAD Interface & Command Window

 - Grid, Snap & Limits Settings

 - AutoCAD Coordinate Systems

 - Object Snap & Object Track Concepts

 - Basic Commands (Line, Arc & Circle)

 - Text, Dimensioning & Explode

 - Editing Objects an Object Properties

 - Array Command with Fillet and Chamfer

 - Trim, Extend, Stretch, Offset & Pline

 - Line Types and Line Weights

 - Region, Boundary & Hatch Objects

 - Layer Management Properties

 - Block and Insert Command

 - Scaling & Measurements Analogy

 - Basic Isometric Drawings

 - Printing and Scaling Your Drawings


utoCAD 3D Course


Key Topics

- The Introduction 3D

 - Isometric Drawing

 - Working in 3 Dimensions

 - Viewing 3D Objects

 - Basic Wireframe Models

 - Line Thickness

 - Region and 3D Faces, Extruding and Lofting

 - Revolve Objects

 - Adding Materials

 - Primitive Solids

 - Boolean Operations

 - Changing From the WCS to the UCS

 - Rendering and Lighting