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  1. Yes, it's uploaded. Unfortunately, there appears to be only one effective shell. (I get 3 objects in Meshmixer, but they all basically highlight the entire object)
  2. Woot! I _almost_ got what I wanted! Next question: Is there a way for me to just subtract the pelvis? The slice I have is the head of the femur with acetabulum, which when I import into Meshmixer to subtract pelvis, doesn't have an intact head of femur. The CT scan clearly has separation between the femur and the acetabulum, so that surface must exist....
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    left femur top half - stl file processed

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  4. Version 1.0.0

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    Left femur top half - stl file processed

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  5. Version 1.0.0

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    Rough cut of left femur top half for further trimming

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  6. Ah ha... ok. So I can get to here. Do I just "Save" this? And if so, there are several options for saving: MRML, NRRD, VP and ACSV. It looks like VolumeProperty is what I want perhaps? Sorry and thanks for walking me through this. Femur crop b.tiff
  7. However, I'm not seeing a 3D render in my blue window. Here's what I see on mine: Slicer crop capture.tiff So after I do this framing, I go back to the Crop Volume to do the crop, but the resultant volume is basically all grey.
  8. Ah...I see where things were different: The tutorial on the webpage says to select "all modules" and then "Crop volume" however, you selected "Volume rendering" which then does show me crop box on all panels.
  9. Ah. There's the problem then. I'm not seeing the crop box at all.
  10. Hey tsehrhardt, I noticed that your bottom panels already have cropping boxes in them. When I used it, my bottom panels did not. According to the tutorial, you're supposed to drag the cropping box from the main "blue" screen down into the image on the bottom panel? Or is this what Dr. Mike is talking about when he says the crop box is just too small?
  11. I downloaded Slicer and imported my DICOM file. I have a Visible Human Project CT scan of a pelvis and femurs. My goal is to print the sacrum, both illiums, and both femurs (just the superior halves) as 5 separate pieces. I was following the tutorial on cropping to create a smaller volume, but when I drag the control point down to the image from the blue window, it looks like it's _behind_ the image, and therefore, I can't see where I'm cropping. As an experiment, I tried to crop anyways with a big enough volume that I knew most of the femur would be within the cropped volume, but when I hit the Crop! button, it just displays grey or black space. Not sure what I'm doing incorrectly here.
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    Pelvis and hip - stl file processed

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  13. Version 1.0.0

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    Visible human project Pelvis and hip

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