The list below is of specific equipment on the Polytechnic campus that our group has access to and in some cases, directly manages. In addition to this list, ASU encourages and enables sharing of resources across all of its campuses – so if a piece of equipment you need is not available here, you may find it at this link.

Additive Manufacturing

LPBF Laser Metal 3D Printing

  • Concept Laser M2 Cusing
  • Concept Laser MLab R Cusing
EOS Selective Laser Sintering

  • EOS Formiga P 110
IMG_5411.JPG Fused Deposition Modeling

  • Stratasys Fortus 450mc
  • Stratasys Fortus 250mc
  • Stratasys Dimension and uPrints
  • Several desktop machines
MarkForged.jpg Composite 3D Printing

  • Mark Forged Mark Two
 Poljet.jpg Material Jetting

  • Stratasys PolyJet Connex 350
  • Stratasys PolyJet Objet 30
sla Stereolithography

  • FormLabs Form 2

Mechanical Testing

Coming soon! INSTRON 5985 (Electromechanical)

  • Load Capacity: 250kN
  • Primary use: Metals testing
  • Advanced Video Extensometer
INSTRON_8801 INSTRON 8801 Fatigue Tester (Servohydraulic)

  • Load Capacity: 50kN
  • Primary use: Fatigue
  • Also used for low-to-intermediate strain rate compression of cellular materials
Instron_5565 INSTRON 5565 (Electromechanical)

  • Load Capacity: 5kN
  • Primary use: Tensile testing of polymer ASTM specimens (D638)

Characterization

Keyence Keyence VR-3200 Optical Scanning Microscope

  • Dimensional measurements
  • Measurement accuracy ±2 to ±5µm
  • Automated stage and stitching function

 

Software

egr598_topopt-e1531412679847.jpg ANSYS R19

  • Topology Optimization
  • Geometry repair (SpaceClaim)
  • FEA
  • HPC Cluster support
cellular_params nTopology Element Pro

  • Cellular Material Design and Optimization
Abaqus ABAQUS 2018 

  • FEA
  • HPC Cluster support