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embodi3D May 2016 Newsletter

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Welcome to the May 2016 embodi3D communication! In this letter we will highlight one member's contribution, showcase our new product catalog, and ask for your feedback. Let's get started!

 

Member Spotlight: Terrie Simmons-Ehrhardt

Terrie Simmons-Ehrhardt, is a forensic anthropologist at Virginia Commonwealth University, who uses 3D printing to build a human osteology study collection. Her primary research is studying the relationship between the skull and the face for forensic facial approximation.

Terrie

She has written a great tutorial on using the Grayscale Model Maker module in 3D Slicer to create 3D printable anatomic models. In addition to the tutorial, she uploaded the resulting STL file to the embodi3D marketplace where other members can download it for free. This is a great example of what can be accomplished with free resources and ingenuity. Way to go Terrie!

embodi3D's Vascular Model Product Catalog

Did you know embodi3D produces 3D printed vascular training models for physician and medical professional training? Numerous medical device companies use these models to teach and demonstrate their devices under realistic circumstances. Hospitals and medical schools use them to teach residents, fellows and medical students how to perform vascular procedures.

 

Vascular Training Model

 

We continue to develop new models and now have 9 venous and arterial models available. To handle the large volume of inquiries we have an online product catalog. Reply to this email with product questions.

We Want Your Feedback

We want to learn how we can help our members share their work. Please take our short poll. It takes less than 1 minute to complete.

 

At embodi3d.com we want to help members share their enthusiasm for biomedical 3D printing. One of the best ways to share is by uploading files to the marketplace. We have stocked the marketplace with files ready for 3D printing. However, there is an unlimited number of conditions which can be modeled. We can't think of all the possibilities.

 

This is where you come in. Many of our members have contributed files and this enriches the experience for everyone. We want to enable more members to share. We understand many members have questions, and want to learn how we can help you share your work. Please take our poll so we can continue improving your experience. Thanks for your feedback, it is greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks for your feedback, it is greatly appreciated!

Wishing You Much Success!
The Embodi3D Team


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