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I only recently discovered that 3D printing is available to the masses and am really excited about its role in future medicine. The durable devices, the surgical instrumentation, the educational aids, oh my! I'd like to tinker around a bit, so the question is what modeling programs are best suited for the complex, organic architectural motifs of the human body? Long ago, I worked with engineering SW like autocad, ProE, and Catia, but would like to know if anyone has suggestions for programs better suited for body parts. Any favorites out there? Especially free ones Thanks!
Hi all! Just wanted to share that Autodesk has some great free programs/apps for cleaning up imported files and for scanning and CAD. In particular, MeshMixer is an amazing piece of software. I've been playing with it to clean up some CT spine files and it is really easy to use and powerful. As someone who has used all levels of CAD software, I can't believe it's free. Check out the Autodesk resources here: http://www.123dapp.com/create Enjoy!! Mike