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    This 3D printable splenic artery aneurysm was derived from a real CT scan and was printed on a Formlabs Form2 printer. The STL file and the Formlabs .form file are included. splenic, artery aneurysm, formlabs, form2, 3d, printing, printable, .stl, file, aorta, descendent, mesenteric, superior, vascular, splenic, artery,


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    This Brain model was created from a high resolution MRI scan. The model includes the cerebrum. The cerebellum and brain stem are not depicted. The model has been made hollow, with 4 mm wall thickness to save on material when 3D printing. The model is full-size. It has been successfully printed at full size on an Ultimaker 3 Extended printer, and at 95% size on a Formlabs Form 2 printer. Technical parameters: Vertices: 350725 Triangles: 701950 Size: 17.9 x 13.4 x 11.5 cm


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    test mri holder - stl file processed This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.


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    houder mri - stl file processed This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more. MRI, shoulder, 3d, model, .stl, formlabs


  5. This should eliminate one of the biggest hassles with the Form 2 printer. https://formlabs.com/blog/introducing-resin-tank-lt/
  6. Does anybody have experience using the Tough resin or Durable resin from Formlabs for medical models. I printed a large spine model in Formlabs white and it seems rather delicate for a large structure -- i.e. I am not sure it can be handled roughly without breaking. Wondering if anyone has experience with tough or durable. https://formlabs.com/materials/engineering/
  7. Here are some pictures and vids. Most notable at this conference was the announcement of the Fuse 1 SLS nylon 3D printed and the Formlabs Cube multiprinter manager. It was a great conference. Enjoy.
  8. For those of you in the Boston area, I will be speaking at the Formlabs FUSE conference on June 6, taking place at MIT. This is the main Formlabs user conference. Here is a schedule. I hope to see you there! Dr. Mike
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    This full-size skull base was created from a CT scan and formatted for printing on Formlabs printers. The model clearly shows the anatomy of the skull base, including the foramina (holes) that allow the cranial nerves and blood vessels to enter the skull. Great as an educational tool for teaching anatomy. The two halves have notches which makes fitting them together easy. The files are in the .form file format, and are readable by Formlabs native PreForm software, which works on the Form1, Form1+, and Form2 printers. There are two files: right and left. The left model has a build volume of 179 mL, and the right 138 mL, for a total volume of 317 mL. The pictures show the two parts after printing and after they have been cleaned.


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    This high quality .FORM file of the lumbar spine is confirmed 3D printable on Formlabs printers. It was taken from a patient with a chronic L2 lumbar spine compression fracture. The abnormal L2 vertebral body has caused severe degenerative change at the L2-3 level, with obliteration of the L2-3 intervertebral disk and severe osteophyte formation. The fracture and collapse of the L2-3 disk causes subluxation of the facet joints at this level, and narrowing of the L2 neural foramen. It is clearly illustrated how degenerative, arthritic change can result in nerve pinching at the neural foramen. This model can be used for scientific and medical education, and shows what compression fractures and degenerative spine disease look like. Also, the model is useful for teaching spinal interventions, such as lumbar punctures, epidural steroid injections, selective nerve root blocks, vertebroplasty, and kyphoplasty. The file is in .FORM file format for Formlabs printers, 53.9 MB 221181 vertices, 442558 polygons Confirmed printable on Formlabs Form 2 with white resin.


  11. Here is an in depth review I came across on the the Formlabs Form 2 SLA printer. It has great resolution however its small build volume may limit its practical use to fabricate full size models. Link to review
  12. Embodi3D member Beth Ripley posted an outstanding article on setting up a Printrbot Metal Plus printer. A good setup is necessary for high quality 3D prints. Anyone have any personal experience with the Printrbot? What printers are other Embodi3D members using? I personally have my eye on a Form 1+, but I'd like to see a sample of the print quality before buying. Anyone have any experience with the Form1+?
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