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    3D Printed MRIs From Philips and Ultimaker

    Ultimaker and Philips have teamed up to bring MRIs to the next level with 3D printing, demonstrating with the Ultimaker2 Extended 3D printer how educational an MRI in 3D model form can be for a patient, as well as the vastly improved world opened up for physicians in terms of diagnosing, treating, rehearsing procedures, and operating. Read the full article for details about this collaborative effort to 3D print MRIs:

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    Exeter, UK
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    Interesting story on the latest trends in 3D printing from 3D image data. We've been working in the area of converting DICOM image data into 3D print-ready STLs for a while - check out for more details - and are always keen to hear about the latest med device and printing trends.

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