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Files related to 3D printing of the heart or blood vessels

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    DIEA test 1

    test vessels, vessels, .stl, 3d, model, printable, branches, anatomy, test,

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    123 - stl file processed

    123 - stl file processed

    Have embodi3D 3D print this model for you. This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans.
     
    test, vessels, 3d, model, printable, .stl,

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    abhi

    arteries
    I10.nrrd, angiography, stl, 3d, model, carotid, commun, external, internal, cerebellar, artery, anteroinferior, posteroinferior, basilar, pontine, middle, cerebral, anatomy normal, anterior, cerebral, posterior, vessels, aorta, arch, cerebellar.

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    • Hi Hector, thanks for joining the community.  I would encourage you to first browse our 3d Model Library to get a general sense of what's available from other members.     I don't think we include information on age (or age ranges), but sometimes the uploader will include info like Child or Adult.  Tagging @Angel Sosa for help.     Also Hector, if you happen to have CAT scans, we can convert them and print them for you.  
    • I am looking for dicom files to develop a bank pediatric anatomical models. From newborn to adolescence. The idea is to create and show for example a liver or a trachea in its actual size at different ages.
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    • Hello everyone,  I am in a similar position where I would like to start experimenting with medical 3D printing. I understand everyone's feedback about how difficult the process can be, and how steep the learning curve is, but it is something I am interested in learning.    So I was hoping, and would greatly appreciate, if anyone had a printer recommendation for someone just starting to learn the process?    Thank you for your time. 
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