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  1. 1 point

    Version 1.0.1

    4 downloads

    24 file model of the complete human spine including each vertebrae of the thoracic, lumbar and cervical sections derived from a high quality CT scan. STL files are manifold and high quality totalling 166,000 triangles. The model demonstrates the detailed anatomy of the spine and is ideal for educational purposes, as medical reference or as a gift for medical professionals. Individual STLs: 24 Mesh integrity: manifold STL (watertight) Triangles: 166k total To scale dimensions: 148 x 134 x 535 mm Additional supports may be needed to print the various components

    $6.99

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    Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    This model includes 3 STL files for the left and right Ilium and Sacrum segmented from high resolution CT data. No. of triangles = 124,000 total Manifold STL files

    $4.99

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    Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    Hi there. I've created a model of the right upper limb with all the bones of the wrist and hand. Any feedback from you is welcome. Regards, whirl

    $5.00

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    Version 1.0.0

    2 downloads

    This ear model was created from a high resolution CT scan. The model includes the outer ear and canal up to the eardrum. The mesh is at a high resolution and consists of ~160,000 tris. The model is to scale.

    $4.99

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    Selami

    Segmentation Work Price advice?..

    Hi Frends, I plan to serve segmentetation job professionally which I also finished web site about it. But i am not sure about prices of such of a job that I can do. You can see one of my segmentation work below, which I also work on it with 3d programs. I can do more than 3 such kind of job in a day which depends how complex it is. For your opinion how much should I ask such kind of job? Best Regards Selami Please use link below to see 3D FBX file to see the file, hope you enjoy it. https://v.creators3d.com/index.html?load=%2Fviews%2Fproduction%2Fitem%2F20201222%2F6331376031150221%2F6331376031150221.glb&autorotate=true&json-data=1608605817591&decrypt=1&webp=1&gzip=true&tv=120&exp=1.62&hdr-intensity=0.9&hdr=18&hdr-blur=true
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    Selami

    Segmentation Work Price advice?..

    My pleasure Even I try to contact doctors whom saves our lives, just newer mind. leave it
  7. 1 point
    Doctys

    dental CT test

    Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    test of a CT scan to check the result .STL, CBCT, CT, without contrast, bone, 3d, model, lower, jaw, teeth, dental, dentistry, angle, body, nasal septum, ramus, coronoid, process, maxillofacial, printable, maxilla, upper teeth, teeth, lower teeth, coronoid process, sinus, hard palate

    Free

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    Hello all, I have initially uploaded a few very high quality models that I had produced from a small collection of high resolution CT scans I have. They are all in manifold STL format. Here are some screenshots of a full spine model, high resolution ear, pelvis, and full heart lumen model which I have attempted to convert into an assembly/display model with a base: My personal usage for these models has been for computer simulations, so I'm not too familiar with the requirements for a good 3D printable model. - Is it typically a requirement to have latticed internal volumes to reduce material costs? - What about dowels/pins so that the model can be assembled? Do people usually want this? - Are there any other considerations that would make these models more valuable to the community - I potentially have a few more anatomies that could be of value. Many thanks.
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    - Is it typically a requirement to have latticed internal volumes to reduce material costs? In my experience, the model have to be solid and without internal meshes. The material cost can be controlled with the percentage and the type of the infill. - What about dowels/pins so that the model can be assembled? Do people usually want this? If you're printing a bone model in two parts, its better to glue them together after the print. If you're printing a model with a important cavity (skull or aorta), pins or sockets for neodymium magnets are a choice, which guarantees good alignment for the parts of the model and increases usability. The magnets are better, unless your client specifically prefer pins. - Are there any other considerations that would make these models more valuable to the community - I potentially have a few more anatomies that could be of value. Make them shinier, more stable and design a stand for the model.
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    Version 1.0.1

    8 downloads

    This 3D printable model of a human heart was generated from an ECG-gated BestDiast 70% CT scan from a Siemens scanner. It includes 7 parts including the lumen of the Aorta, Left and Right Atria, Left and Right Ventricles, Pulmonary Artery and a base on which the model sits. Dowels have been added to allow assembly of the various parts. The model demonstrates the detailed anatomy of the various blood pools of the human heart, and the disassembly capability makes it ideal for educational purposes. Individual STLs: 7 Mesh integrity: manifold STL (watertight) Triangles: 850k total To scale dimensions: 359 x 359 x 260 mm Additional supports are needed to print the various components.

    $4.99

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    Embodi3d´s Top Contributors: Meet Petar Valchanov In this new monthly section you will meet our Top contributors. They are the active members of embodi3D and have uploaded Top 3D models This month we would like you to meet Asst. Prof. Petar Valchanov, MD, He is part of the Department of Anatomy and Cell biology at the Medical University of Varna, Bulgaria So let's get to know a little bit about Prof. Valchanov and his interest for 3D medical printing. 1. What motivated you to work with 3D printing? Currently, I'm working as a scientist, but I was a primary care physician for more than 12 years. The medical 3D modelling and 3D printing gives me the opportunity to be useful for the patients, but on much larger scale, and I don't have to do night shifts, medical exams and manipulations anymore. 2. Which 3D model do consider is your best contribution so far and why? The nasal cavities, the aortas, the bone 3d models - they are very good in the demonstration of anatomical variations and let's face it - the anatomical variations are a real issue in the clinic and their better presentation changes the outcome for a lot of patients. But my most favorite contribution is the heart box - it´s just the perfect gift for a medical practitioner. 3. How is 3D printing useful for your daily work? It gives me the ability to present all my ideas as physical object. Its much easier to get funding on my projects, when they are 3d printed as nice, shiny, informative 3d models. 4. What do you recommend to whom is starting in the 3D medical printing world? First, find a good and useful workflow with software, which you can afford. Then, start with simple bone models, then aortas and finally - skulls. Print some souvenir models for your fellow doctors and several demo models of the structures, which you can model best. At this time, you will be experienced enough to deal with everything and your colleagues will start to order models for them. About author Angel Sosa A Radiologist who´s passionate about AI and imaging in any form. From x rays, ultrasound to CT, MR and 3d printing. Likes photography, music, and video games.
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    Looks like a great file. Thanks for sharing. I'm going to feature it.
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    Hi @yatay, I did long time ago... but not since because no one didn't ask for it. To be short, as for now, using 3D Slicer you can make stl model from GE and Philips ultrasound DICOM data
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    Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    Hand and wrist rheumatoid arthritis - stl file processed This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more. Distal phalanx (tuft), Distal phalanx, Distal interphalangeal joint, Proximal interphalangeal joint, Middle phalanx, Head of the proximal phalanx, Proximal phalanx, Metacarpophalangeal joint, Base of the proximal phalanx, Metacarpal head, Sesamoid, Metacarpal, Metacarpal base, Capitate, Trapezoid, Hamate, Trapezium, Triquetrum, Scaphoid, Pisiform, Radial styloid, Ulnar styloid, Lunate, Distal radius, Distal radioulnar joint Distal ulna, 3d, model, .stl, upper, limb, hand, wrist

    Free

  15. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    699 downloads

    These are the DICOM CT scan files for the instructables tutorial for creating a 3D printable model. Download the zipped folder and unzip it. You will add the entire directory to Slicer to start the process. Also included is the intermediary NRRD file for use with the democratiz3D file conversion service. You must be logged into your free embodi3d account to download. To register, click here.

    Free

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