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3D Model of Skull Bones 1.0.0


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The human skull is a remarkable structure, and studying its bones can help us understand not only our own anatomy, but also the evolutionary history of our species. With a 3D model of skull bones, you can explore the intricate details of each bone and its relationships to the others in a way that simply isn't possible with 2D diagrams or even physical models. Plus, 3D printing allows you to hold a perfect replica of the skull bones in your hand, examine them from any angle, and even manipulate them to better understand how they fit together. Whether you're a student of anatomy, a medical professional, or simply fascinated by the human body, a 3D model of skull bones is an invaluable tool that will deepen your understanding of this incredible structure.


The model includes following skull bones: 

  • Ethmoid
  • Frontal bone
  • Left first lower molar tooth
  • Left first lower premolar tooth
  • Left first upper molar tooth
  • Left first upper premolar tooth
  • Left inferior nasal concha
  • Left lacrimal bone
  • Left lower canine tooth
  • Left lower central incisor tooth
  • Left lower lateral incisor tooth
  • Left maxilla
  • Left nasal bone
  • Left palatine bone
  • Left parietal bone
  • Left second lower molar tooth
  • Left second lower premolar tooth
  • Left second upper molar tooth
  • Left second upper premolar tooth
  • Left temporal bone
  • Left upper canine tooth
  • Left upper central incisor tooth
  • Left upper lateral incisor tooth
  • Left zygomatic bone
  • Mandible
  • Occipital bone
  • Right first lower molar tooth
  • Right first lower premolar tooth
  • Right first upper molar tooth
  • Right first upper premolar tooth
  • Right inferior nasal concha
  • Right lacrimal bone
  • Right lower canine tooth
  • Right lower central incisor tooth
  • Right lower lateral incisor tooth
  • Right maxilla
  • Right nasal bone
  • Right palatine bone
  • Right parietal bone
  • Right second lower molar tooth
  • Right second lower premolar tooth
  • Right second upper molar tooth
  • Right second upper premolar tooth
  • Right temporal bone
  • Right upper canine tooth
  • Right upper central incisor tooth
  • Right upper lateral incisor tooth
  • Right zygomatic bone
  • Sphenoid bone
  • Vomer


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