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Pulmonary arteries (human) cleaned / printable

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Pulmonary arteries (human) cleaned / printable by meshmixer May 26, 2013
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version of finole's pulmonary arteries model that has been cleaned up with meshmixer (made watertight w/ minimal shape changes).

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Hey. I am new to this and I also work on the same thing. So I was trying to print out the pulmonary model but the problem was once I print it out, the support was too tough to break off and this affected my model.

So, if you have printed this with the help of the 3d printer. Can you help me out with some tricks or procedure on how you did it..?