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    There seems to be lots of interest in this community regarding 3D printing from ultrasound images. Does anybody know of resources available to show how to do it? I'm sure many here would be interested.
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    From the album: embodi3D 3D Printed Models

    Video showing flow testing performed in an elastic 3D printed sheep heart model
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    From the album: embodi3D 3D Printed Models

    This stackable heart with short-axis slices was 3D printed for a customer with strong red plastic. The print turned out great! The file can be downloaded here. To learn more about embodi3D's specialized medical 3D printing services, click here.
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    3D modeling and printing from US data is pretty much the same as from CT... using treshold technique and generating mesh. The biggest problem, for now, is how to open DICOM data obtained from US because it differs to one obtained from CT in one of the software for sliceing (3D Slicer). For now, in 3D slicer you can open DICOM data from GE machines and Philips but people are working on enabling importing DICOM data from other manufacturers. Hope this helps a little bit
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    DIBENDUJOY

    vikram

    Version 1.0.0

    153 downloads

    craniotomy, stl, 3d, model, printable, parietal, frontal, temporal, occipital, orbit, nasal, bones, maxilla, craniotomy, neurosurgery, sutures, mastoid, apophysis

    Free

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    Here are two volumes obtained by GE Voluson E10 and exported as .stl file. I think that a lot depends on fetal head position and gestation age if you want to have nice fetal face model. Personally, I wasn't present when study was made.
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    I contacted one private clinic in my city which has 3D US, and they are apparently really good at it. They told me that they are too busy right now so I couldn't obtain new DICOM data, but I will call them again and ask them if I could come. But the doctor who works there told me that they have GE Voluson S10 (newest model) which have build in the possibility to save study as .stl file... same as Philips IntelliSpace portal that was told before. I did a little bit of research and really there it is, but not for S10, yet for E10 model: http://www3.gehealthcare.com/en/products/categories/ultrasound/voluson/voluson_e10#tabs/tab44799EF6884146E1A27A6929FCAB17D5 Keep your fingers crossed so I could have a glance at that machine in a very soon time
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    Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    Pelvis scan - stl file processed

    Free

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