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File Pack for 3D Printing with Osirix Tutorial

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UPDATE: There is an improved tutorial that shows you how to create 3D printable bone models even more easily and for free on any operating system. Click here to learn more.

 

This file pack contains files to accompany the tutorial "Creating 3D Printable Models from Medical Scans in 30 Minutes Using Free Software: Osirix, Blender, and Meshmixer." Download the files to follow along with the tutorial and create a 3D printed model yourself!

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Included files:

  • TCGA-06-5410 sharp.zip - contains the DICOM files with an anonymized research CT scan used to create the skull model
  • skull file.zip - Contains the uncorrected, raw STL file generated from Osirix.
  • skull file corrected.zip - Contains the skull STL file after correcting mesh errors in Blender.
  • skull file corrected preform.zip - Contains the .form file of the corrected STL. This is the file format used with the Formlabs Form1+ printer. If you have this type of printer, download this file and print yourself.

All files are compressed with zip.


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Step 1: Choose a Print Material

Strong plastic, white, half size
$110.84
Same as Strong White Plastic, but printed at 50% size for a smaller, less expensive model. Learn More.
Strong plastic, white
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Works well for bone models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, red
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Nice for vascular models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, blue
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Nice for vascular models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, brown
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Nice for skin models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, beige
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Nice for skin models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, silver
$182.53
Tough, durable plastic. Resists breakage. Fine details may not show. Silver is nice for a variety of models. Learn More.
Strong plastic, multicolor
$282.71
Choose any two Strong Plastic choices. Specify colors and corresponding parts in order instructions. Learn More.
Detailed White
$254.22
Delicate, hard plastic. Use when high detail is needed. Great for bone/dental models. Learn More.
Detailed Frosted
$254.22
Translucent, delicate, hard plastic. Great for any high-detail model. Learn More.
Detailed Clear Polished
$375.91
Same as detailed frosted, but specially treated and polished to a transparent, glassy finish. Learn More.
Flexible
$626.82
A soft material that simulates rubber, this material creates soft, matte, and flexible part. Good for small parts that need flexibility. Learn More.
Elastic
$626.82
A very soft material that simulates clear, silicone rubber. Slightly softer than Flexible. Learn More.
Multimaterial
$461.93
Choose any two material types, and we will combine them into a single model. Specify desired materials in order instructions. Learn More.

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About Our 3D Printing Service

Because of complex geometries, medical and anatomic models are much harder to 3D print than regular 3D printable objects. Ordinary printers and software don't work. Let our experienced medical 3D printing experts do the work, saving you time, headache, and frustration.

 

Place your order below and your anatomic model will be expertly printed and ship in 5 business days. For more information, please contact us with your questions or read more about our 3D printing services.

 

What are customers are saying

tsehrhardt"This was a very high quality print. The bone is very smooth with no ripples or messiness from supports, and the skin looks amazing in the polished clear, allowing the bone to be fully visible underneath. The whole model has a better weight as well, compared to the lighter-weight models I would produce with my own printer. An excellent way to demonstrate two different tissues in one model!"

 

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codina

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Very helpful data in order to learn how to convert a medical CT scan (DICOM in the tutorial, but works with NIfTI and Analyze formats as well) to a printable model (STL)

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vetti

  

The tutorial with examples was very helpful for me. Thank you.

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