Weird & Wonderful 3D Creations (II) – A Table of 3D Printed Feet!

Following the runaway viral success of the 3D Printed Toddler, the Objet blog brings you our latest weird and wonderful 3D printed creation:  ‘The Table of 3D Printed Feet’.

Ideal for medical and anatomical applications, these 3D models were all created on the Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer and combine 2 materials – Objet FullCure720 transparent material and Objet VeroWhitePlus for the internal bone structure. Both materials are ‘grown’ together into a single seamless part in a single print step –  with no need for moldings or manual ‘mid-step’ interference.

You can also take comfort in the knowledge that no real mannequins were hurt or destroyed to bring you this photo..


  • Tom Shearer
    Sep 21, 2011 2:07 PM

    I would like to know more about your technology.  I sell medical imaging software that allows us to create STL files.  Some of your printing is unique and I'm insterested to see what we can do in TAA/AAA and Neuro cases.

  • Pamela Waterman
    Sep 21, 2011 2:07 PM

    Hi Sam – Were these made for a particular client? Who provided the 3D CAD file? Will the file or parts be made available to perhaps med schools or podiatrists? I'd like to hear more details. – Pam Waterman, Contributing Editor – Desktop Engineering magazine

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