Chuck runs the Fabrication & Machining facility that aids the Chemistry Department and Research Groups with development, designs, machining, fabrication, and implementation of instrumentation used throughout the department and colleges.
The shop performs numerous duties.
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), Computer Aided Machining (CAM), CNC Milling, Conventional Milling, Lathe Work, Sawing, Drilling, Bending, Welding, Brazing, Silver Soldering, Bead Blasting, Painting, Powder Coating, and others. Additional to the machining, the shop also repairs a host of equipment throughout the department. The shop also aids in the rigging and position of laser tables and other cumbersome equipment necessary for the researchers endeavors.
AutoCAD, Master Cam, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, FaconPurch, Work Orders, Adobe Photo Shop, Adobe Illustrator, and others
Chuck came to the Chemistry Department in the fall of 2009 from the college of Technology, Specifically Engineering and The Electrical Vehicle Institute. While at the College of Technology he taught mechanical engineering courses full time for four years. Previous to that he taught at Owens Community College part time for eight years in their engineering program.
Charles Codding PI / Bowling Green State University
Single Axel Rotating Flux Generator (The SARF System)
Lighter and more efficient low speed generator
for use with medium size wind turbine blades.
Charles Codding PI
Ball and Socket mounting devices
Utilizes pipe and apparatus to aid in
Pipe fitters assemblies.