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  1. Version 1.0.0


    The head, skull and ears were created from a 0.7 mm computed tomography scan of a 32 year-old male patient who had a skull deformity. In the biomodel it is possible to distinguish: The skull with the deformity, whole head and both ears. The biomodels of the bones and skin have been segmented and are separated. The file has 4 STL: 1. Skull 2. Head 3. Right ear 4. Left ear The biomodel can be printed in 3D Gravação de Tela 2021-10-27 às 17.26.49.mov


  2. Hello, My name is Nicholas Radzykewycz and I started FuzNuz Horse Equipment, a small non-profit making 3D printed equipment for horses. I have been using photogrammetry scans made with a regular camera to do remote 3D modelling of horse hooves in Finland with a farrier company named Horses First https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4969951 to make custom fitted hoof boots from these 3D full color models using a complex custom program using the Meshmixer API. If you are interested in getting custom fitted hoof boots, or would like to use these surface 3D scans for capturing records of veterinary injuries or other applications, or would just like help automating your current workflow in Meshmixer using the mmAPI. Please contact me at fuznuzhorseequipment@gmail.com. FuzNuz Horse Equipment is a member of the Virtual Veterinary Care Association: https://vvca.org/
  3. Version 1.0.0


    The Pelvis and Femur biomodel was created from 0,7mm CT scan. In the biomodel it is possible to distinguish the bones: Pelvis, right femur, left femur and sacrum. The biomodels of the bones have been segmented and are separated. The biomodel can be printed in 3D


  4. Version 1.0.0


    This model of the bones in the foot was segmented from a high resolution CT scan which was loaded in the ball region. The model includes all bones along with separating cartilage tissue. The model includes 31 parts in total and consists of 550k triangles in STL format: The model is manifold and is to scale in millimetres.


  5. Version 1.0.0


    dental print, dental, 3d, print, xrays, coronal, skull, paranasal, sinuses, ortodontic, implants, upper, lower, teeth, canine, incisor, molar, premolar, coronoid, process, mastoid, cells, zygomatic, arch, frontal, temporal, parietal, orbit, sphenoid, printable, 3d, model, .stl


  6. Version 1.0.0


    a dinosaur skull, bone, 3dmodel, stl, dicom, axial, 3dprint


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