MIRS 3D Printing Lab

The MIRS 3D Printing Lab (AHB 1034) provides a work-space for our Co-Directors, Dr. Boyce and Professor Gildon, to build 3D printed anatomic models, patient specific surgical aids and prototypes. Our current 3D printer (Form 2 SLA) uses several types of light sensitive resins. Each resin has unique physical properties and is opaque or translucent (see images below). The MIRS 3D Printing Lab, in the College of Allied Health, welcomes your inquiries to schedule an initial consultation.  Projects are accepted on a case-by-case basis.  Please follow the link below for our contact email.  You may contact Dr. Boyce or Professor Gildon.

Most prints are from of the following categories:

  • Anatomic instructional models (general, not patient specific)
  • Research and development prototypes
  • Patient specific pre-surgical planning models (usually anatomic models)
  • Patient specific surgical tools (cutting and drilling guides)

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Dr. Kari Boyce and Professor Bradford Gildon

equipment

Photo Gallery

Form 2 Printer, workstation and rinse station
Form 2 Printer, workstation and rinse station
Beasts and Bones printed on FDM printers
Beasts and Bones printed on FDM printers
Large Vestibular Pair in clear resin with metal rings
Large Vestibular Pair in clear resin with metal rings
Bilateral Inner Ear Anatomy in Clear Resin
Bilateral Inner Ear Anatomy in Clear Resin
Eiffel Tower in clear resin
Eiffel Tower in clear resin
Low Res Fox in clear resin on Form 2 printer
Low Res Fox in clear resin on Form 2 printer
Grey PLA heart showing pulmonary valve
Grey PLA heart showing pulmonary valve
Clear Resin Heart showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch
Clear Resin Heart showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch
Grey PLA coronal cut through heart showing interior valve detail (2 pieces)
Grey PLA coronal cut through heart showing interior valve detail (2 pieces)
Hearts showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch (PLA on FDM Printer vs Clear resin on SLA Printer)
Hearts showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch (PLA on FDM Printer vs Clear resin on SLA Printer)
Red PLA of Great Vessels exiting heart (with raft in place)
Red PLA of Great Vessels exiting heart (with raft in place)
Thoracic spine in clear resin
Thoracic spine in clear resin
Large Left Vestibular Model in clear resin with metal rings (Sanded after printing)
Large Left Vestibular Model in clear resin with metal rings (Sanded after printing)
Three PLA Rabbits with different resolution settings
Three PLA Rabbits with different resolution settings
3D Printing Special Interest Group D2L Front Page
3D Printing Special Interest Group D2L Front Page
  • Form 2 Printer, workstation and rinse station
  • Beasts and Bones printed on FDM printers
  • Large Vestibular Pair in clear resin with metal rings
  • Bilateral Inner Ear Anatomy in Clear Resin
  • Eiffel Tower in clear resin
  • Low Res Fox in clear resin on Form 2 printer
  • Grey PLA heart showing pulmonary valve
  • Clear Resin Heart showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch
  • Grey PLA coronal cut through heart showing interior valve detail (2 pieces)
  • Hearts showing Blood Pool Volume & Double Aortic Arch (PLA on FDM Printer vs Clear resin on SLA Printer)
  • Red PLA of Great Vessels exiting heart (with raft in place)
  • Thoracic spine in clear resin
  • Large Left Vestibular Model in clear resin with metal rings (Sanded after printing)
  • Three PLA Rabbits with different resolution settings
  • 3D Printing Special Interest Group D2L Front Page