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  1. The Biomedical 3d Printing Community Nov. 2019 | Vol. 1 | Issue 1 The Official Newsletter of the embodi3D Printing Community In This Issue: _________________________ How to sell your 3D Model Member Spotlight RSNA Conference What Are You Working On? How to Sell Your 3D Model Are you designing or creating 3D printable medical models? Do you have cool models you would like to share with the world? You can sell your models in the embodi3D model marketplace and make a tidy sum. Just ask embodi3D member Dr. Peter Valchanov. He recently made enough profits from model sales on embodi3D to purchase a new Prusa MK3S 3D printer.There is a need for high quality medical models. Help the community by selling your creations online. Learn More About Selling Member Spotlight Dr. Valchanov is an embodi3D Power Contributor and professor of anatomy at the Medical University of Varna in Bulgaria, where he runs a hospital-based 3D printing lab. His specialty model of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses is a top seller on embodi3D. Take a look at his full list of publicly available downloadable models, including many free models. You can read his blog, which includes great 3D printing tutorials such as Medical 3D Printing 101. Dr. Valchanov is also active in the forums, where he is involved in a variety of interesting 3D printing discussions. Thank you Dr. Valchanov for being a valuable embodi3D member! See Dr. Valchanov's Content RSNA Conference The annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference hosts an array of 3D printing events for over 50,000 attendees from December 1st through the 6th in Chicago, Illinois. Members, along with our very own Dr. Mike, founder of embodi3D, will be attending RSNA and he would like to meet YOU! Click the link below to meet up! Meet Dr. Mike at RSNA What are You Working On? Do you have a passion for 3D printing and want to show off your sweet new project? embodi3D is interested in your vascular, muscle, skin, bone and every model in between! Email us for a chance to feature your 3D projects in our upcoming newsletters! Email Us Your 3D Project Change to Terms of Use To more accurately keep up with our costs, the fixed transaction fee for model sales will increase from 10 cents to 30 cents on December 1, 2019. Learn More
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  4. Hi Dan, The STL file is usually downloaded to the Downloads directory by default. Can you try looking there? Let us know if this helps. Bryce
  5. Try adjusting the threshold on our democratiz3D app.
  6. Medical 3D printing isn't at a point where a user can buy a printer, plug it in and do a few prints a year. There is a big learning curve a user must go through in order for prints to turn out correctly. This is especially true for medical trial exhibits where certain anatomy or conditions need to be highlighted from a CT scan. This requires 3D printing expertise and medical training. Furthermore, you will need space and all the related tools that go with 3D printing. Some printer manufacturers show their printers sitting on an office desk. This really isn't practical because of the noise, heat and messy post print processing. We offer a 3D printing service specifically for medical trial exhibits: https://www.embodi3d.com/3d-printing-anatomy-models-for-medical-malpractice-trial-exhibits/
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    Test #6 - stl file processed Have embodi3D 3D print this model for you. Learn More. This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more. 3d, model, .stl, printable, frontal, temporal, parietal, skull, head, zygomatic, arch, bone

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  9. Vascular Training Models Venous Models: IVC Filter Deployment/Retrieval Model: VIVC01000M Iliac Vein Stenosis Extension Model: VIVC01E2SC Gonadal Vein Embolization Extension Model: VGON01000C Femoral Vein Extension Model: VFEM01000C Flexible SVC Extension Model: VSVC01000F Vascular Training Models Arterial Models: Extendable Abdominal Aorta Model: AABD02000C Upper and Lower Leg Extension Model: AALE01000C Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm EVAR Model: AAAA01000C Stand-Alone Abdominal Aorta Model: AABD01000C Description: The femoral vein extension model extends the standard IVC venous model to the tibial veins below the knee. With a left iliac vein adapter part, the femoral and popliteal vein can be attached to the IVC model, giving a complete venous system from the jugular vein in the neck to the tibial veins below the left knee. This venous model is perfect for demonstrating thrombolysis and thrombectomy devices, and for simulating lower extremity venous intervention from the popliteal approach. Sheath access points are present at the common femoral vein and distal popliteal vein segments. Contact us for model information and prices
    Procedures that this model can teach or practice: DVT thrombectomy DVT thrombolysis venous angioplasty and stenting IVC filter placement (popliteal access) Compatibility: Iliac vein stenosis extension model (# VIVC01E2SC) Gonadal vein embolization extension model (# VGON01000C) Flexible SVC extension model(# VSVC01000F) Required models: This model should be used with the IVC Filter Deployment and Retrieval Model (# VIVC01000M) For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Femoral Vein Extension Model (# VFEM01000C)
  10. Vascular Training Models Venous Models: IVC Filter Deployment/Retrieval Model: VIVC01000M Iliac Vein Stenosis Extension Model: VIVC01E2SC Gonadal Vein Embolization Extension Model: VGON01000C Femoral Vein Extension Model: VFEM01000C Flexible SVC Extension Model: VSVC01000F Vascular Training Models Arterial Models: Extendable Abdominal Aorta Model: AABD02000C Upper and Lower Leg Extension Model: AALE01000C Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm EVAR Model: AAAA01000C Stand-Alone Abdominal Aorta Model: AABD01000C Description: The flexible SVC and heart advanced IVC filter retrieval model is a large single piece model made of flexible material that accurately simulates the compliance of a vein. The softer material allows the passage of rigid instruments, such as metal biopsy forceps or rigid TIPS access cannulas. As these instruments are passed through the model, the walls deform to accommodate the instruments as they would in real life. This large single piece replaces the top three pieces of the standard IVC filter model. Contact us for model information and prices
    Procedures that this model can teach or practice: Advanced IVC filter retrieval Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt creation (TIPS) Transjugular liver biopsy Myocardial biopsy Compatibility: Gonadal vein embolization model (# VGON01000C) Iliac vein stenosis extension model (# VICV01E2S) Femoral vein extension model (# VFEM01000C) Required models: This model should be used with the IVC filter deployment/ retrieval model (# VIVC01000M) For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Flexible SVC Extension Model (#VSVC01000F)
    This stackable heart with short-axis slices was 3D printed for a customer with strong red plastic. We printed and shipped directly to him. The print turned out great! The stackable slices really allow the internal anatomy of the heart to be seen: atria, ventricles, papillary muscles, etc. We can 3D print for you too! Just click the 3D Print button on the top of this page. To learn more about embodi3D's specialized medical 3D printing services, click here.
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