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Threeding Unveils Accurate and Affordable Anatomical 3D Models for Education

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Partnership with Artec 3D aims to disrupt the manufacturing marketplace for anatomical 3D models by enabling widespread availability through 3D printing.

Threeding.com, a leading platform for 3D printing models, and Artec 3D, a top-tier developer and manufacturer of 3D hardware and software, announce another joint project and the creation of a new collection of life-like 3D models of human anatomy for 3D printing, now available at Threeding.com. This new collection is the most accurate to-date and includes a couple of dozen high quality 3D models such as scans of a brain, hip, knee, elbow, mandible, muscle structures and more. This assortment of models will expand Threeding’s impressive library of more than 100 anatomical models readily available to download, which also includes a compilation of animal anatomy 3D models from a previous joint project with Artec 3D.

threeding-anatomial-models120 The anatomy models were created with the help of Artec’s professional, high resolution 3D scanning technology. The team used Artec’s Spider and Eva scanners to digitally capture various shapes and textures of the bones and muscles featured in this collection. 3D modeling software, Artec Studio 11, was deployed for the quick and accurate post-processing of the 3D models.

Traditionally, scientifically accurate anatomical models have been quite expensive. One of the purposes of this most recent project is to disrupt and provide an alternative to the traditional manufacturing of anatomical models and significantly lower the cost for those who regularly use them. The initial price of the new printable 3D models range from $15 to $35. However, the files are available to education and science organizations for free, upon request.

threeding-anatomial-models095 The 3D models, created from scans using Artec 3D’s technology, can be downloaded from Threeding.com and printed at home using a 3D printer, or can be ordered directly as physical copies. By expanding its database with this new collection, Threeding is positioning itself as a platform for high quality end-products that primarily target the academic community.

“We are very glad that we launched this new project with our friends from Artec 3D. After its completion, we will be offering more than 150 high quality anatomy models suitable for 3D printing and a total of more than 1500 scientific shapes,” said Stan Partalev, co-founder of Threeding. “This makes us not only a commercial marketplace, but also the largest source of 3D printable models for the academic community. The offering of authentic 3D-scanned models leverages our partnerships with Artec and takes us forward on our growth path. We are building on our strength and providing the customers what they request: reliable, high quality 3D models.”

“This project will allow students, educators and the curious alike to easily create a tactile learning experience with these models once printed,” said Artyom Yukhin, president and CEO of Artec 3D. “The accuracy at which the 3D models are created is unprecedented. The texture and shape of bones, organs and other scanned body parts are identical to their real counterparts.”

As of today, Artec and Threeding are already working on another exciting venture which will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information, visit www.threeding.com or www.artec3d.com.



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Since 2002, Davide has built up extensive experience as a technology journalist, market analyst and consultant for the additive manufacturing industry. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he completed his studies at SUNY USB. As a journalist covering the tech and videogame industry for over 10 years, he began covering the AM industry in 2013, first as an international journalist and subsequently as a market analyst, focusing on the additive manufacturing industry and relative vertical markets. In 2016 he co-founded London-based 3dpbm. Today the company publishes the leading news and insights websites 3D Printing Media Network and Replicatore, as well as 3D Printing Business Directory, the largest global directory of companies in the additive manufacturing industry.
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