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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..

Sam Green, Head of Marketing for Rapid Prototyping Solutions, Stratasys

Sam Green, Head of Marketing for Rapid Prototyping Solutions, Stratasys

Sam Green is Head of Marketing for Rapid Prototyping Solutions at Stratasys.

2 comments

  • 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.

  • 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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