I’ve read cases where some doctors were able to do it, but I’m not sure which software to use aside from possibly Seg3D or ImageVis3D, which likely have a steep learning curve. My goal is to use X-rays of my pre-injured lumbar spine to create a 3D model to compare to that of my post-injured lumbar spine. I have a CT scan from after my accident, but not from before.
If if anyone knows of a way to do this, or a software that is preferable, I would be immensely grateful for your input. Or is there any way I could reach out to a university or medical establishment and enlist their aid in doing so in exchange for an agreed upon fee?
Hi there, I am looking to order a 3D print model of a lumbar spine that has compression fractures. The detail of the fractures (depth and texture) are the most important aspect that I want portrayed, but despite reading through the various materials that are available for it to be constructed from and their descriptions I am still unsure which of them to pick for this express purpose. Any advice would be much appreciated.
This proved tricky for me as well. If you scroll down on the page that you get redirected to (it *does* look like a homepage), you'll find a button which allows you to actually download the file.
I use LulzBot Taz Pro. The printing speed has become little slow. I talked with the LulzBot support but the service is not satisfying. I am really weak in this line. Can you please guide me how I can fix this issue? Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks a lot
I share with you the link to the high quality printable knee biomodel.
The biomodel was segmented by separating the bones into: Tibia and Fibula, Femur and Patella, so it is possible to print each bone separately.
The 3D biomodel has the patient's real dimensions.
I also place myself at the disposal to carry out any type of segmentation that you are looking for.
I appreciate the attention and if you can share the link with other colleagues, I will be grateful.