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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Left and right ribs of an 18yo male (MEDLYMPH006) from the CT Lymph Node Collection of TCIA. All 12 pairs of ribs were segmented separately. Models can be 3D printed separately. Due to the 10 file upload limit, files were uploaded with left ribs in one STL, right ribs in the second STL. To separate individual ribs for 3D printing, open in Meshlab, right-click the file name and select "Split in Connected Components." Your 3D printing software may also allow you to separate parts as well. Note: Uploaded files are STLs with no color--models are shown with color to enhance visibility of separate ribs. Sketchfab animations here and here. Pelvis for the same individual available for purchase here and viewable on Sketchfab. Clavicles for the same individual available for free here and on Sketchfab. Lumbar vertebrae for the same individual available for purchase here and viewable on Sketchfab.

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    Lumbar Vertebrae (L1-L5) of an 18yo male (MEDLYMPH006) from the CT Lymph Node Collection of TCIA. Models can be 3D printed separately. Note: Uploaded files are STLs with no color--models shown with color to enhance visibility of features. Also, there are lesions on the superior and inferior surfaces of L3 that I left intact--view the Sketchfab animation (linked below) to get a better look at each lumbar separately. Sketchfab animation here. Pelvis for the same individual available for purchase here and viewable on Sketchfab. Clavicles for the same individual available for free here and on Sketchfab.

    $5.00

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    Left and Right Clavicles of an 18yo male (MEDLYMPH006) from the CT Lymph Node Collection of TCIA. Models can be 3D printed separately. Note: Uploaded files are STLs with no color--models shown with color to enhance visibility of features. Sketchfab model available to download in PLY shaded format here. Pelvis for the same individual available for purchase here and viewable on Sketchfab.

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    3-part pelvis of an 18yo male from the CT Lymph Node Collection of TCIA. Models can be 3D printed separately. Note: Uploaded files are STLs with no color--models shown with color to enhance visibility of features. Sketchfab animated model available here.

    $20.00

  5. You're welcome! You might message them and see if they have a scan of the bottom--they have so many animal CTs!
  6. I just checked Morphosource and didn't find one there but maybe you can find something close. I found this on Sketchfab: https://skfb.ly/MBYE.
  7. @Daniel Hanover If you just want to "paint" your 3D mesh, you do not have to convert it to a segmentation unless you want to segment other parts out. You can use Meshlab to assign a color per vertex and even paint parts with the paintbrush tool then export as PLY with color.
  8. You can try the ImageStacks module of 3D Slicer-it allows you to import non-DICOM images. Tutorial does list bmp as an acceptable format.
  9. There is a knee atlas available at OpenAnatomy.
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    Skull of TCGA-IQ-A61E of the TCGA-HNSC collection of the Cancer Imaging Archive. Vertebrae removed for access to landmarks on the foramen magnum. Model generated with Mimics for NIJ 2014-DN-BX-K005. 3D viewer available at Sketchfab. PLY with beige per vertex color here.

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  11. If you are using 3D Slicer, you can segment as usual then use the Scissors tool tool to draw a box around the tooth you want. Use the Erase tool to remove parts around the tooth that you don't want.
  12. What did you use to convert the CBCT to STL and how does the model look when you import it into Chitubox?
  13. You can go to Analysis--> Inspector and it will drop pins indicating the holes and you can click them to fill in. Since your edges are highlighted blue, Meshmixer knows those edges outline holes.
  14. I will be presenting a workshop titled "Meshlab for Virtual Osteology" at the upcoming online Virtual Osteology Conference, May 24-28, 2021: https://sites.google.com/view/bioanttalks/call-for-papers. Abstract submission for presentations is open now until March 31, 2021. Terrie
  15. I don't have any advice on pricing, but thank you for sharing your work and the creators3d site!
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