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  • valchanov

    Medical 3D printing 101

    By valchanov

    Bones   The main advantage of the orthopedical presurgical 3d printed models is the possibility to create an accurate model, which can be used for metal osteosynthesis premodelling - the surgeons can prepare (bend, twist, accommodate) the implants prior the operation. After a sterilisation (autoclaving, UV-light, gamma-ray etc etc), those implants can be used in the planned surgery, which will decrease the overall surgery time (in some cases with more than an hour) with all it's advant
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  • Dr. Mike

    A Ridiculously Easy Way to Convert CT Scans to 3D Printable Bone STL Models for Free in Minutes

    By Dr. Mike

    Please note the democratiz3D service was previously named "Imag3D" In this tutorial you will learn how to quickly and easily make 3D printable bone models from medical CT scans using the free online service democratiz3D®. The method described here requires no prior knowledge of medical imaging or 3D printing software. Creation of your first model can be completed in as little as 10 minutes.   You can download the files used in this tutorial by clicking on this link. You must have
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  • Angel Sosa

    Embodi3d´s Top 20 downloaded of 2019!

    By Angel Sosa

    This has been an amazing year for us at Embodi3d and we'd like to share with you the best 3d medical printing models of 2019       1. A great brain 3d model, the first place! uploaded by Osamanyuad.   This example shows the cortex which is a thin layer of the brain that covers the outer portion (1.5mm to 5mm) of the cerebrum.         2.  A heart 3D printed model uploaded by Tropmal.   It shows the coronary arteries that supply oxy
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  • valchanov

    Medical 3D artist guide - how to sell your work.

    By valchanov

    In the last few decades, the 4th industrial revolution began - a significant advance in the 3D technology and an emerging of a brand new production method - the computer-controlled additive/subtractive manufacturing. It is considered "the new wheel" and it gives the ability to generate a detailed three dimensional object with complicated geometry from various materials (metals, polymers, clay, biological macro molecules) with a robot, controlled by a computer. The size of the object don't really
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  • DevarshVyas

    Need of advancements for 3D printing from MRI data

    By DevarshVyas

    Hello the Biomedical 3D Printing community, it's Devarsh Vyas here writing after a really long time!    This time i'd like to share my personal experience and challenges faced with respect to medical 3D Printing from the MRI data. This can be a knowledge sharing and a debatable topic and I am looking forward to hear and know what other experts here think of this as well with utmost respect.    In the Just recently concluded RSNA conference at Chicago had a wave of technology
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Top 10 Free Downloadable CT Angiogram (CTA) 3D Printable Models on embodi3D

Top 10 Free Downloadable CT Angiogram (CTA) 3D Printable Models on embodi3D

Top 10 Free Downloadable CT Angiogram (CTA) 3D Printable Models on embodi3D.® For several years now, surgeons, radiologists, and others in the medical profession have used 3D-printed vascular simulation models from CT angiograms (CTAs) to practice complex procedures, as well as for research and educational purposes. The growth has been fueled by the development of high resolution imaging studies merging with the rapid development of 3D printing technologies, and the development of new print

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Top 10: Free Downloadable 3D Knee Model and Other STL Files

Top 10: Free Downloadable 3D Knee Model and Other STL Files

Top 10: Free Downloadable 3D Knee Model and Other STL Files As a complex joint and one of the largest joints in the body, the knee joint is a fascinating feature of the human form. This joint not only has the task of joining the femur (thigh bone), tibia (shin bone), and patella (knee cap), but also remaining flexible enough to allow for compound movements, such as running, jumping, dancing, kicking a soccer ball — the list goes on. The knee joint may have the greatest range of motion thank

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

October´s top 10 on embodi3d

October´s top 10 on embodi3d

In this week's blog entry, we'd like to share the top ten of the best medical 3D printing models downloaded this month, as well as a few detailed examples that garnered the attention of embodi3D® users over the past month.  3D printing is already being used to develop a broad range of medical devices with clinically effective results. The medical fields of oral and maxillofacial surgery and the musculoskeletal system are leading the way in validating the efficacy and effectiveness of 3D-printed

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

9 Great 3D-Printed Models of the Spine

9 Great 3D-Printed Models of the Spine

3D-Printed Models of the Spine  In this week's post, we want to share with you some of the best 3D-printed models of the spine uploaded by embodi3D® members. We will explore features of this unique anatomy and some of the main uses of 3D printing as it relates to the spine . To convert your own scans and download and 3D-print STL files from other users, all you have to do is register with embodi3D®. It's quick, easy, and costs absolutely nothing to join.   Anatomical models have a

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Creating a Dog Skeleton Model with 3D Printing and Other Veterinary Uploads

Creating a Dog Skeleton Model with 3D Printing and Other Veterinary Uploads

Creating a Dog Skeleton Model with 3D Printing and Other Veterinary Uploads   Like all things in the early 21st century, change moves fast and this technology is quickly displacing outdated modalities and changing that face of veterinary care. 3D printing has a range of clinical applications, including pre-surgical planning, as well as in interventional radiology approaches, such as portosystemic shunts.     Benefits are also experienced by researchers and students, who m

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Top 10 Muscle Anatomy Models Uploaded to embodi3D®

Top 10 Muscle Anatomy Models Uploaded to embodi3D®

Top 10 Muscle Anatomy Models Uploaded to embodi3D® Muscles of the human anatomy form an amazingly quilted patchwork that allow us to do, well whatever is we do. There are muscles that allow us to perform intricate tasks, such as finagling with a screw to fix eyeglasses, or paint a highly detailed portrait. Then there are those muscles that allow us to run, swing a bat, and don't forget the cardiac muscle, which helps supply the blood necessary to complete all these tasks. Long before the da

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Create a 3D Hand Model and Other Models with STL Files

Create a 3D Hand Model and Other Models with STL Files

Create a 3D Hand Model and Other Models with STL Files Anatomically speaking, the bones found within the upper limbs help us to perform incredible feats, such as holding and grasping objects. While we may not see these types of tasks as anything extraordinary, it does take five bone and muscle regions (shoulder, axilla, arm, forearm, and hand) to help us complete all the things we do with our hands and arms, such as swing a bat, write a letter, create a painting, and others too numerous to

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Top new users on Embodi3d

Top new users on Embodi3d

New embodi3d users have uploaded great 3d models with excellent details! Here are the best from this week, we invite you join our community and discover this cutting edge technology  of today and the future in the medical field. Sign up it´s easy!         1. A stl file showing the normal kidney location  AABERNETHY uploaded this excellent 3D model. The kidneys are paired retroperitoneal structures that are normally located between the transverse processes of T12-L3 verte

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

This Week's Top 3D-Printable Dental, Orthodontic, and Maxillofacial Downloads

This Week's Top 3D-Printable Dental, Orthodontic, and Maxillofacial Downloads

In this week's post, we feature some exceptional 3D-printable orthodontic, maxillofacial, and dental scans, including the orbits of the skull, lower teeth, as well as a severe case o jaw bone cavitation. Those practicing in dentistry or orthodontia have likely read about  3D printing's use as an educational tool among colleagues, students, and patients — but, this is just the beginning. A recent article in The Angle Orthodontist highlighted a study by Indiana University School of Dentistry in wh

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Great 3D Medical Printing Files Recently Shared on embodi3D®

Great 3D Medical Printing Files Recently Shared on embodi3D®

In this week's blog entry, we'd like to share some of the best medical 3D printing models, as well as a few detailed examples that garnered the attention of embodi3D® users over the past month. 3D-printable STL files like these are helping physicians and medical students to further their understanding of complex diagnoses and treatments — and your contributions are a big part of embodi3D's continued success.   If you are not yet an embodi3D member, we invite you to register and take ad

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

TOP 10 ORGAN STL FILES DOWNLOADED ON EMBODI3D®

TOP 10 ORGAN STL FILES DOWNLOADED ON EMBODI3D®

Welcome to this week's Top Ten, featuring some exciting STL files and medical models, many of which you can download and print using your own 3D printing machine. When you upload your organ STL files to embodi3d®, you are helping researchers, students, and inquisitive minds everywhere to develop innovative diagnostic, interventional, and surgical techniques.    Medical 3D printing can be used to create centimeter- to sub-millimeter-accurate models. These include the hearts, lungs, kidn

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

DICOM to STL Files and Other Medical Scans Uploaded to embodi3D®

DICOM to STL Files and Other Medical Scans Uploaded to embodi3D®

DICOM to STL Files and Other Medical Scans Uploaded to embodi3D® 3D printing is a technology that is constantly evolving, especially among medical professionals who are converting medical CT scans into 3D-printed anatomical models. Patient-specific models with anatomical fidelity created from imaging dataset have the potential to significantly improve the knowledge and skills of a new generation of surgeons. In terms of research and education, 3D-printed anatomical models have proven to be

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

3D Print a Skull and Facial Features from Our Top 10 Face Models

3D Print a Skull and Facial Features from Our Top 10 Face Models

3D Print a Skull and Facial Features from Our Top 10 Face Models Three-dimensional printing and modeling is a new technology that has exciting applications for rhinoplasty and facial plastic surgery. We now have the ability to 3D print a skull and 3D-printed face models have been used in the facial reconstruction process. We can also use 3D printing to recreate the muscles of the face. These types of models have been used in advanced procedures that help to restore facial features. One nota

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Create a 3D-Printed Rib Cage and Thorax from STL Files

Create a 3D-Printed Rib Cage and Thorax from STL Files

Create a 3D-Printed Rib Cage and Thorax from STL Files As the second largest largest hollow cavity (largest space between bones), the thoracic cavity encases the lungs, trachea, pericardium, base and apex of the heart, esophagus, as well as all the vessels transporting blood between the lungs and heart. The ribs enclosing these vital organs also include skeletal features such as the sternum, vertebral column, and breastbone. The feature separating the thoracic cavity from the largest cavity

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Download a 3D-Printable Human Heart 3D Model — Explore Our Top 10 Downloads!

Download a 3D-Printable Human Heart 3D Model — Explore Our Top 10 Downloads!

The human heart beats an astonishing 115,000 times each day. It's a fascinating (and essential) organ, which is why we are highlighting the heart and its support structures in this week's post, as well as sharing some intriguing STL files so you can create your own heart 3D model by using your own 3D printer. In this week's post, we will introduce you to the top 3D-printable STL files published on the embodi3D® website. Before you get started creating your own heart 3D model, you will need to re

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Medical 3D printing 101

Medical 3D printing 101

Bones   The main advantage of the orthopedical presurgical 3d printed models is the possibility to create an accurate model, which can be used for metal osteosynthesis premodelling - the surgeons can prepare (bend, twist, accommodate) the implants prior the operation. After a sterilisation (autoclaving, UV-light, gamma-ray etc etc), those implants can be used in the planned surgery, which will decrease the overall surgery time (in some cases with more than an hour) with all it's advant

valchanov

valchanov

Single versus multiple segmentation - Back and forth technique

Single versus multiple segmentation - Back and forth technique

There are many challenging cases, in which the single segmentation is not enough. The paranasal sinuses and the congenital heart defects are notable examples. My usual workflow was to segment whatever I can as good as it's possible, to clean the unnecessary structures and the artefacts, to export the segmentation as stl 3d model and then to "CAD my way around".  This is solid philosophy for simple, uncomplicated models, but for complex structures with a lot of small details and requirement from

valchanov

valchanov

Create a Pelvis 3D Model Using STL Files

Create a Pelvis 3D Model Using STL Files

Happy International Day of Radiology! Create a Pelvis 3D Model Using STL Files For the better part of history, human anatomy has been taught by using human cadavers. While the practice has become much more ethical over the past century (grave-robbing is a rarity), there has been a push among the medical community to transition from human cadavers to 3D-printed anatomical models. Recently, the Anatomical Sciences Education released a report that may be of interest to those in the medica

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

3D Printed Skull and the embodi3D® Top 10 Skull and Head Anatomy

3D Printed Skull and the embodi3D® Top 10 Skull and Head Anatomy

3D Printed Skull and the embodi3D® Top 10 Skull and Head Anatomy This week, embodi3D® brings you the best 3D anatomical models of the skull and head region, including several fascinating files that you can use to create a 3D printed skull. For medical professionals, students, and researchers, understanding the structure of the human skull is an important part of delivering an accurate diagnosis. Using tools such as democratiz3D® also helps medical professionals such as radiologists and surg

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Using a 3D Baby Ultrasound to Create Free 3D-Printed Models

Using a 3D Baby Ultrasound to Create Free 3D-Printed Models

Using a 3D Baby Ultrasound to Create Free 3D-Printed Models As a field with ready access to three-dimensional data sets, radiology has been quick to embrace 3D printing technologies. By uploading DICOM files from CT scans, radiologists can easily convert scans into STL (a 3D printer-ready file format). One exciting area where 3D printing is being used is with expectant parents. By using the files from a 3D baby ultrasound, 3D-printed models of babies can be created — even while the child is

Angel Sosa

Angel Sosa

Femoral Vein Extension Model

Femoral Vein Extension Model

Vascular Training Models Venous Models: IVC Filter Deployment/Retrieval Model: VIVC01000M Iliac Vein Stenosis Extension Model: VIVC01E2SC Gonadal Vein Embolization Extension Model: VGON01000C Femoral Vein Extension Model: VFEM01000C Flexible SVC Extension Model: VSVC01000F Vascular Training Models Arterial Models:

embodi3d

embodi3d

Flexible SVC Extension Model

Flexible SVC Extension Model

Vascular Training Models Venous Models: IVC Filter Deployment/Retrieval Model: VIVC01000M Iliac Vein Stenosis Extension Model: VIVC01E2SC Gonadal Vein Embolization Extension Model: VGON01000C Femoral Vein Extension Model: VFEM01000C Flexible SVC Extension Model: VSVC01000F Vascular Training Models Arterial Models:

embodi3d

embodi3d

Vascular Training Models

Vascular Training Models

Vascular Training Models Venous Models: IVC Filter Deployment/Retrieval Model: VIVC01000M Iliac Vein Stenosis Extension Model: VIVC01E2SC Gonadal Vein Embolization Extension Model: VGON01000C Femoral Vein Extension Model: VFEM01000C Flexible SVC Extension Model: VSVC01000F Vascular Training Models Arterial Models:

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