The Pelvis

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The Pelvis by sjpiper145 Apr 21, 2015
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Lifesize, cleaned version of @hyla's model. This is a male pelvis.

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Do you happen to know if this is a male or a female pelvis? Thank you!

This is male. Great question, I'll adjust the description!

Print in progress supports on and looking great. This is the only help I can offer my partner in her studies, so thank you for letting me have that :) The design looks excellent, I'm sure it will impress her!

hi if i want to print this on a makerbot replicator 2 whats the best way to print as i have tried several positions but the print collapses totally

Try adding support structures - Should be a box you can tick on the Makerbot Desktop software.