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 the 3D-printing Core Facility manager, Cody Pinger, PhD.
775 Woodlot Dr.
East Lansing, MI 48824
Services are available for both university and public use.