Medical Modeling

Thanks to new technologies, a 1:1 scale plastic (stereolithography) model of a patient’s bone or soft tissue can be accurately produced using the patient’s CT or MR data.


Upon request, crucial points within a transparent bone model (such as tumors, veins, or teeth) can be manufactured in a different color. These groundbreaking technologies for surgeons lead to increased success rates in complex surgeries and prepared prostheses. CT and MR data can be converted into high-quality STL or IGES formats using advanced imaging processing and filtering tools, enabling rapid solid model production using devices like SLA and SLS. Additionally, other CAD software can be used for prosthesis, implant, or mold design.


On the top left, there’s a hand model with colored bones constructed using SLA, in the middle, a skull model with colored teeth constructed using Stereocol resin via SLA, and at the bottom, a skull model produced via SLA, accompanied by an implant ready for application designed in accordance with that model. Below, there are images showing a successful implant application for a patient who had their forehead bone fractured in a traffic accident, aided by SLA modeling.


Simply provide us with frontal and side-view photographs of your patient, along with single-plane (Axial, coronal, or sagittal) CT (Computerized Tomography) images at 0.5 mm intervals on a CD or through our website (via our FTP server). Upon request, either your patient’s model or the completed prosthesis will be sent to you as desired.”