The Montana State University Macromolecular Crystallography Laboratory provides functional facilities for macromolecular crystallization and structural analysis. Equipment within this facility includes a Micromax-007 X-ray generator, with 2 Mar345 image plate area detectors. Each image plate detector is complemented with Osmic Confocal Optics and an Oxford Instruments Cryojet. The facility is also equipped for macromolecular crystallization with Mosquito crystallization robot, constant temperature crystal growth chambers, microscopes, etc. Two Linux workstations are dedicated to data collection and reduction and include 10 terabytes of hard disk space. Additional storage, if needed, is available on Blackmore, MSU’s data storage server.