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Human Brain

by jmil, published

Human Brain by jmil Jul 26, 2009

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This is a human brain I extracted from a public domain MRI dataset from Slicer3.4.

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would be a good test of resolution/overhang printing on 3D printers such as the MakerBot.

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It'd be cool if you could arrange the model in two hemispheres, not just to affect those exceedingly mild overhangs, but so you could label the important regions in the mid-brain like the hippocampus, thalamus, corpus callosum, etc., then put it together afterwards.

I am no doctor, but that brain appears to be badly atrophied...

I am no doctor, but that brain appears to be badly atrophied...

And once again he's making Ultimaker operators from around the world happy ;) THANKS for another high-res model.

This must be printed in Walt Disney's head without the top of his skull.

Print with PLA, insert LEDs, attach to the Makerbot motherboad. It's alive!

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This screenshot of jmil's profile page is great.

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