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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Covid19 infected lung, infected lung part shown semi-tranparent. Dataset downloaded below, which marked as case4 at site. http://covidctscans.org/ lung, .stl, 3d, model, printable, upper, lower, trachea, covid-19, coronavirus, organ, bronchi, lobes, medium, infection, medical, medicine, bronchi, pneumonia, trachea, cartilage,

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  2. Version 1.0.0

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    Six slicer of lung. Female with COVID19 Profile Gcode ender 3 pro anatomy, seccional, lung, lateral, right, left, covid-19, coronavirus, upper, lower, medical, medicine, slice,

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  3. vishalvishwakarma

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    this is file is from an open source data of a covid 19, trachea, .stl, x rays, lung, mediastinum, heart, ventricle, ribs, chest, thorax, bone, dorsal, covid-19, SARS, 2, bronchi, intersticial, diaphragm, muscle, intervertebral, disc,

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  4. Version 1.0.0

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    Patient, Fenake, with covid-19 TCIA Browswer, 3Dslicer covid, 19, radiology, .stl, 3d, model, printable, printing, medical, medicine, aorta, ventricle, muscle, scapula, clavicle, septum, auricle, lung, medulla, bone, intervertebral, disc, ribs, chest, thorax, spleen, stomach, duodenum, ileum, kidney, descendent, ascendent, pulmonary, trunk, .stl, mediastinum, sternum, axial, dicom, cervical, spine,

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  5. Version 1.0.0

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    Female Covid-19 diagnosis Explored part Torax TCIA Browser 3dSlicer covid, 19, radiology, .stl, 3d, model, printable, printing, medical, medicine, aorta, ventricle, muscle, scapula, clavicle, septum, auricle, lung, medulla, bone, intervertebral, disc, ribs, chest, thorax, spleen, stomach, duodenum, ileum, kidney, descendent, ascendent, pulmonary, trunk, .stl, mediastinum, sternum, axial, dicom, cervical, spine,

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  6. Version 1.0.0

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    TCMD PX whit covid-19, radiology, covid-19, abdomen, pelvic, .stl, 3d, model, printable, printing, medical, medicine, diaphragm, muscle, psoas, ct, scan, with, contrast, aorta, descendent, ventricle, septum, auricle, mediastinum, liver, portal, gallbladder, small, bowel, colon, ascendent, lumbar, spine, intervertebral, disc, transverse, spinous, process, hip, head, trochanter, diaphysis, epiphysis, spleen, kidney, whole, body, rectum, sigmoid,

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  7. Version 1.0.0

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    Extraction of different caracteristics of the same study. Muscles, covid-19, radiology, covid-19, abdomen, pelvic, .stl, 3d, model, printable, printing, medical, medicine, diaphragm, muscle, psoas, ct, scan, with, contrast, aorta, descendent, ventricle, septum, auricle, mediastinum, liver, portal, gallbladder, small, bowel, colon, ascendent, lumbar, spine, intervertebral, disc, transverse, spinous, process, hip, head, trochanter, diaphysis, epiphysis, spleen, kidney, whole, body, rectum, sigmoid, gluteus, sacrum, foramina,

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  8. Version 1.0.0

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    Extraction of different caracteristics of the same study. BONES covid-19, radiology, covid-19, abdomen, pelvic, .stl, 3d, model, printable, printing, medical, medicine, diaphragm, muscle, psoas, ct, scan, with, contrast, aorta, descendent, ventricle, septum, auricle, mediastinum, liver, portal, gallbladder, small, bowel, colon, ascendent, lumbar, spine, intervertebral, disc, transverse, spinous, process, hip, head, trochanter, diaphysis, epiphysis, spleen, kidney, whole, body, rectum, sigmoid, stomach,

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  9. In recent weeks we have seen that the spread of the Coronavirus has increased. However, on the good note, we have also seen an increasing number of people willing to help. Thousands of people from […] You can read the full article here
  10. Version 1.0.0

    553 downloads

    This is a set of 6 3D printable holders for N95 masks as featured in the DIY UV sterilization box video below. The mask holding segments are stackable and can be stacked up to 4 levels high. They are designed to fit a standard 3M healthcare N95 mask and grip it so it does not fall out. The backside of the holder is open to faciliate cleaning (such as with UV light) of the inside portion of the mask as well as the outside. This holder can be printed in 6 separate sections that are then easily assembled in about a minute or two. Assembly instructions are included with the download. This is the set of 6 two-mask holders that can be ordered 3D printed. For the set of 6 one-mask holders, click here. Click for the individual one-mask holder and individual two-mask holder. Files for download are the same for all holders. You may download and 3D print this file yourself for non-commercial use under the Non-Commercial Creative Commons license (CC-BY-NC-ND). If you wish to use this for commercial purposes (e.g. manufacturing and selling printed parts), please contact me for a license. Registered members can message me at any time. You must be logged in to send messages.

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  11. One of the biggest problems that health care workers have with the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is the severe lack of PPE. 3D printing has helped with some items like face shields. One of the biggest shortages is with N95 masks. These masks have special, high-quality filters that simply cannot be 3D printed. While 3D printing cannot make N95 masks, it can be used in part to build an UV light box that can help to disinfect/sterilize used masks and make them safer to reuse. I built such a device and gave it to my local hospital. I've documented the build process here in this video tutorial! I've made the 3D printable files for the N95 mask holder available and free for download. Materials for this build (As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, thanks for your support!) UV Lamps: 14" UV germicidal lamp (may be sold out): Alternative 60W LED UV lamp w standard E26/E27 socket: Another alternative 60W UV LED lamp : E26/E27 light socket (needed for 60W lamps): Other supplies: Brinks digital timer Heavy Duty aluminum foil Gorilla glue Machine screws and nuts (use #6) Washer set Adhesive velcro-type tape Hook and loop cable ties Large cardboard boxes Packing tape White spray paint Silver spray paint Please consider making a similar box for your local health care facility that is battling coronavirus! Disclaimer: Nothing in the video should be interpreted as medical advice. This isn't an FDA-approved method of sterilizing or disinfecting medical equipment. Use appropriate care when working with UV light.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    1,252 downloads

    This is a 3D printable holder for N95 masks as featured in the DIY UV sterilization box video below. This is the two mask holder. Click here for the one-mask holder. The mask holding segments are stackable and can be stacked up to 4 levels high. They are designed to fit a standard 3M healthcare N95 mask and grip it so it does not fall out. The backside of the holder is open to faciliate cleaning (such as with UV light) of the inside portion of the mask as well as the outside. This holder can be printed in 11 separate sections that are then easily assembled in about a minute or two. Assembly instructions are included with the download. This is the two mask holder. Click here for the one-mask holder. If you want to order sets of 6 3D printed for you, you may do here (single mask holder 6-pack, double mask holder 6-pack) You may download and 3D print this file yourself for non-commercial use under the Non-Commercial Creative Commons license (CC-BY-NC-ND). If you wish to use this for commercial purposes (e.g. manufacturing and selling printed parts), please contact me for a license. Registered members can message me at any time. You must be logged in to send messages.

    Free

  13. Version 1.0.0

    95 downloads

    This is a set of 6 3D printable holders for N95 masks as featured in the DIY UV sterilization box video below. The mask holding segments are stackable and can be stacked up to 4 levels high. They are designed to fit a standard 3M healthcare N95 mask and grip it so it does not fall out. The backside of the holder is open to faciliate cleaning (such as with UV light) of the inside portion of the mask as well as the outside. This holder can be printed in 6 separate sections that are then easily assembled in about a minute or two. Assembly instructions are included with the download. This is the set of 6 one mask holders that can be ordered 3D printed. For the set of 6 two mask holders, click here. Click for the individual one-mask holder and individual two-mask holder. Files for download are the same for all holders. You may download and 3D print this file yourself for non-commercial use under the Non-Commercial Creative Commons license (CC-BY-NC-ND). If you wish to use this for commercial purposes (e.g. manufacturing and selling printed parts), please contact me for a license. Registered members can message me at any time (must be logged in).

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  14. A couple of entrepreneurs Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe are making 300 face shields to help help workers at a coronavirus testing site in Syracuse County. They make and sell 3D printers in […] You can read the full article here
  15. In Italy, young entrepreneurs used their engineering skills with high precision combined with their passion for 3D printing to create 3D printed valves that can be connected to machines to help coronavirus (COVID-19) infected […] Read the full article here
  16. LIVERPOOL, N.Y. - A couple of entrepreneurs Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe are making 300 face shields to help help workers at a coronavirus testing site in Syracuse County. They make and sell 3D printers in their house by the name of Budmen Industries. Last Saturday they produced 50 shields using seven 3D printers, they are now using 16 printers to produce 250 before the end of this week. "It just sort of felt right to us to do what we could to help the situation," Budmen said. They started their business in 2017, they spent most of Sunday trying to translate their idea that the protective shields were easy and comfortable to use. Since then they have not stopped producing the shields requested by the county. This is an example of solidarity in these times of crisis due to the pandemic. The couple has not set a price for the prints and they have focused on producing them to help their community. This is how Budmen put it "I just said we'll get it done," “We're really not looking to make money off the county in this crisis. Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon gave the couple a big shout-out during his daily update on the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday. Budmen said he and Keefe got to work designing the shields as soon as soon as they heard the county was planning to open a site in the city where people could go to be tested for the coronavirus. They figured the county would need face shields for the safety for workers performing the tests, he said. However, the county has agreed to pay for the shields for what is estimated to be an approximate price of $ 8 for the expenses for the materials used. This is another story worth sharing with you. REFERENCES 1. Budmen Industries. https://budmen.com/ 2. CNY couple, using 3D printers, makes 100s of face shields for coronavirus clinic. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus/2020/03/cny-couple-using-3d-printers-makes-100s-of-face-shields-for-coronavirus-testing-clinic.html
  17. In Italy, young entrepreneurs used their engineering skills with high precision combined with their passion for 3D printing to create 3D printed valves that can be connected to machines to help coronavirus (COVID-19) infected patients breathe. Chiari Hospital General Manager Mauro Borelli on the phone confirms that not only are the 3D-printed "life-saving" valves working properly, even a second improved model from the first version has been developed, "which generates less friction." This is a beautiful story during the coronavirus season that fills us with hope. The idea arose due to the need for valves to connect the breathing helmets to the oxygen cylinders, not available in the market because the manufacturing company was saturated by the number of orders. How to do it "Why not try recreating them with a 3D printer?" It was intuition. In a round of calls, the SOS del Mellini di Chiari recovers in the editorial office, at the hours when the solidarity of AiutiAMObrescia runs fast, to reach Massimo Temporelli, a physicist, entrepreneur and scientific disseminator, who among the fablabs finds the immediate availability of Cristian Fracassi and Alessandro Ramaioli, young engineers from Brescia who get to work. In a few hours they print 3D prototypes. Then Mellini is presented with the first fifty valves ("It's actually a Venturi tube, a hydraulic invention that dates back to the 18th century," says Borelli, an engineer himself). Ready it is, everything works. A small miracle in which Brescia's technology, heart, competence and determination made the difference. For many as for Antonio, 60 yo, he admitted Mellini by covid-19, among the first to benefit from the "valve that saves lives." Without which he would now struggle to breathe. Instead, his course is progressing well. For the two young engineers, hours of unremitting work to produce a hundred of these valves, but the smile behind the masks also outweighs signs of fatigue on the face. And their commitment is reflected in the immediate availability gathered by many other companies in the medical and 3D printing sectors, such as Invatec-Medtronic, Only 3D, Fabula 3D. Digit of the generosity of Brescia. REFERENCES 1. Valvole salvavita con la stampante 3D, già una decina in funzione - Giornale di Brescia. https://www.giornaledibrescia.it/sebino-e-franciacorta/valvole-salvavita-con-la-stampante-3d-già-una-decina-in-funzione-1.3467083 2. Coronavirus: 3D printers save hospital with valves. https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-51911070 3. Italian hospital saves Covid-19 patients lives by 3D printing valves for reanimation devices. https://www.3dprintingmedia.network/covid-19-3d-printed-valve-for-reanimation-
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