Centre for Human Anatomy Education full colour 3D Printing
Post author: Michelle Quayle. Last update: 30/10/2015 at 2:59 pm by Michelle Quayle.
CHAE 3D provides three-dimensional modelling and printing facilities within Monash University’s Centre for Human Anatomy Education. The facility focuses of creating 3D printed anatomical specimens for use in teaching medical anatomy, but is also available for external print jobs.
We are able to provide full colour laser scanning technology, organise CT scanning and 3D print models in both full colour gypsum or single colour ABS plastic.
CHAE 3D can provide access and advice on 3D model creation and printing.
3D Printing and scanning technologies
- Our ZPrinter 650 3D printer allows for large model size (254 x 381 x 203 mm), high resolution (0.1mm layer thickness) full colour model creation in a gypsum-like material.
- Our Makerbot Replicator 2X 3D printer creates models in single colour in a range of plastics.
- We are able to provide assistance with model generation and 3D printing advise.
- Model creation is available through our full colour laser scanning equipment.
Professor Paul McMenamin
Dr. Simon Collins
Monash CHAE 3D Printing
Monash University, Clayton Campus. Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, Building 13C, Room 150, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.
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