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Thorax and Ribs

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Bones of the chest - thorax and ribs

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    Compilation of Chest CT Scans - stl file processed

    Compilation of Chest CT Scans - stl file processed
    bone, 3dmodel, stl, humerus, sternum, thorax, ribs, chest, print, heart

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    Compilation of Chest CT Scans - stl file processed

    Compilation of Chest CT Scans - stl file processed

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    Chest Scans - stl file processed

    Chest Scans - stl file processed

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    Chest Scans - stl file processed

    Chest Scans - stl file processed

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    Chest Scans - stl file processed

    Chest Scans - stl file processed

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    9 chest c 7 - stl file processed

    9 chest c 7 - stl file processed
    bone, 3dmodel, stl, spine, column, chest, thorax, ribs, clavicle

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    10 chest sag c 3 - stl file processed

    10 chest sag c 3 - stl file processed

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    vertebre - stl file processed

    vertebre - stl file processed

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    thorax - processed

    thorax - processed

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    CT CHEST WALL Attempt 2 - processed

    CT CHEST WALL Attempt 2 - processed

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    The sterno-clavicular joint, a 3D printable medical file converted from a CT scan DICOM dataset

    The sterno-clavicualr joint is the joint between the sternal manubrium and sternal ends of both clavicles. It is classified as a synovial saddle joint and serves as a biaxial joint allowing the movement of clavicles in three planes mostly the anterio-posterior and the vertical planes. This is a 3D printable STL file of its normal anatomy converted from a CT scan DICOM dataset of a 34-year old lady.(STS-015)
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    The thoracic cage, a 3D-printable medical STL file of its normal anatomy converted from a CT scan DICOM dataset

    The thoracic cage (rib cage) is the skeleton of the thoracic cavity. It is formed of 12 thoracic vertebrae, 12 ribs and their costal cartilages, and the sternum. Its main function is to give support and protection for the vital organs of the thorax. The thoracic cage is also  a site of multiple origins and insertions for some of the vital upper limb muscles. This is a 3D printable STL medical file converted from a CT scan DICOM dataset .

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    Normal anatomy of the sternum , a 3D printable medical file converted from a CT scan DICOM dataset.

    The sternum is a long flat bone situated in the center of the chest. It has the shape of a necktie and it is connected to the adjacent rib via cartilage forming the anterior portion of the rib cage, it protects the heart, lungs, and mediastinal structures.
    The sternum gives origin and insertion sites for some of the critical upper limb muscles. It's formed of 3 parts : The manubrium , The body, and the xiphoid process. The manubrium is the flat upper part, the body is longest middle part, and the xiphoid is located at the inferior end. This is a 3D printable medical file converted form a CT scan DICOM dataset.

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    Chest - processed

    Chest - processed

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    organcheta

    Proba proba proba

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    lorenza - processed

    lorenza - processed

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    Joel Thoracic 7.2 - processed

    Joel Thoracic 7.2 - processed

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    Chest CT - processed

    Chest CT - processed

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    Rib cage

    This 3D printable STL file contains a model of the rib cage was derived from a real medical CT scan.
    This model was created using the democratiz3D free online 3D model creation service.
     
     
    QIN-HN-01-0003

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    Bones of the ribs and chest of a 60 year old woman

    This 3D printable STL file contains a model of the chest was derived from a real medical CT scan. It shows the ribs and sternum, clavicles, and thoracic spine in great detail.
    This model was created using the democratiz3D free online 3D model creation service.
     
    STS007

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    CHEST CT SCAN 10-21-16 - processed

    CHEST CT SCAN 10-21-16 - processed

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  • File Reviews

    • By Andrew Forsberg · Posted
      Nice file. What is the scaling factor to create a accurately sized adult heart?
    • By Dawnmferguson · Posted
      Excellent model! I ended up printing it on a less than awesome Dremel 3D printer, then made a silicone mold off of it so I could make wax crayons. I split the mesh in Fusion 360 so I could make a 2 part mold, but ended up only pouring into each side. Still great!!
    • By jvonachen · Posted
      It looks great in the pictures but I did not bother printing it because it would have generated a ton of support material which I try to minimize.  I was looking more for just a single seamless skull with minimal support.  Perhaps one in two parts and hollow.  I'll keep looking.
    • By shadowwynd · Posted
      Good model; prints in one piece (no moving joints or removable parts).  Needed it for an art project.
    • By yf2233 · Posted
      Really nice heart model, you can see the veins. Part of the model broke when I was removing support material. This was printed along with other 3D anatomy files form this site on our Stratasys printer in the lab  Thank you!!
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