LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Dale Zorn on Thursday applauded the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) for approving a grant to help bring a $1.44 million investment to Monroe and create up to 100 jobs in the life sciences and medical device industry.
The MSF awarded 360 Digilab, LLC a $600,000 Jobs Ready Michigan grant to purchase a new building in Monroe that will provide additional space to grow its current product portfolio, including the development of removable denture partials and surgical planning procedures.
“I applaud 360 Digilab for their commitment to our community and their decision to expand their operations here in Michigan,” said Zorn, R-Onsted. “This is exciting news for the people of Monroe and our entire state. This project will create good jobs for local workers, boost the local economy, and help provide life-changing dental products for Michigan families.”
360 Digilab, LLC is a family-owned business specializing in the latest technology to deliver state-of-the-art fitting dental restorations. The company works with intraoral scanners to manufacture crowns, bridges, implants, bite splints and surgical guides. Established in 2018 and headquartered in the city of Monroe, the company has quickly become a leader in dental restorations with increased sales and company contracts.
The new facility will be a full-service dental lab with the capacity to support other dental labs. Digilab plans to create a hands-on training program involving lab work, the creation of prosthetic dental and orthodontic restorations, and providing industry certification.