The Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering (IQ Building) at Michigan State University is home to a suite of 3D-printing technologies, including PolyJet (Stratasys J750), fused-deposition modeling (Lulzbot Taz 6), and bioprinting. IQ also houses several pieces of equipment for post-processing of 3D-printed devices. The 3D-Printing Core Facility is directed by Dana Spence, PhD.
The Stratasys J750 is a state-of-the-art Polyjet 3D-printer. The J750 can utilize six different materials at once, allowing it to print more than 360,000 digitized colors and a variety of resins ranging in rigidity, flexibility, and elasticity.
- Multi-material capabilities
- Semi-soluble support material (SUP706B) for ease of removal
- Large build size (490 x 390 x 200 mm)
- High resolution (Z: 14-28 micron. XY: approx. 150 micron)
- Biocompatible materials (MED610)
- Stratasys J750 Spec Sheet
3D Printing Consulting
We have expertise in fabricating 3D-printed models for a variety of research uses, including: biochemical laboratory devices, microfluidic devices, anatomical models from imaging software, prototyping, and more.
For pricing information and consultation, interested customers may contact Nathan Redman.
775 Woodlot Dr.
East Lansing, MI 48824
Services are available for both university and public use.