Each queue is filtered by technology. If a technology does not
appear in a queue, then there are no jobs in this queue for that
technology at this time.
This queue is what your job will appear in once you have submitted a job request. It will remain in this queue until we have a chance to analyze your geometry and request. Please bring your material down (for CNC or laser requests) before or as soon as you submit your file. We process job requests in the order that they were submitted. You are able to view how many jobs are in front of yours in the queue to gauge how long it will take us to reach your request. If your job is in this queue and it has a status of "awaiting project," the RPC will not see your request until you have a selected a Project from your drop down list of available projects to submit to. If you do not have any projects appear, you need to consult your faculty member and have them make a Project for your class' assignment. Instructions for them on how to do this can be found on the Professors page on the RPC home page.
If your job is in this queue, this means we are waiting to hear from
you before proceeding any further. You should have received an email
about what you need to do to continue through the intake procedure.
This could be fixing a problem with your geometry, bringing your
material in, or answering a question we had regarding your job. Once
you have answered the question by coming in, adding a note to your job,
or uploading a new file, click on the "Resubmit" button you will see at
the top of your job request. This will take your job out of pending
user information and put it back in intake, letting us know to proceed
with processing your job once it is your turn again.
If your job is in this queue, this means we are waiting to hear from you before proceeding any further. This is typically used for minor problems with your file or simple questions with your request that can be answered quickly. Once your issue is resolved and you click "resubmit" at the top of your request, your job will keep its position in the intake queue according to the order in which the jobs were submitted.
If your job is in this queue, your job request has been processed
and you should have received an email with the estimated price for your
job. Click on the "Approve charges" button at the top of your job
request, to okay the maximum amount you will pay once your job is
completed, and this will place your job in the next queue.
This queue means the jobs in line are all processed and user approved. This is the line for the actual machining to take place. The estimated machine times are visible for all jobs but the time does not include set up times so use these times as low estimates only.
All jobs in this queue are completely finished. You should have
received an email with the final price letting you know your job has
been completed. Please come to the RPC to pay, and then you may take
your finished results. For issues concerning dissatisfaction with
results please contact Scott Lincoln.