Have you ever picked up a plastic anatomical model and thought, “This is great but it doesn’t have a lot of detail and it looks like something created in the 1950’s.” I know we have. With modern 3D printing it’s easier and more cost effective than ever to create physical objects from digital designs.
Not only do these models contain incredible detail, they can be customized to individual needs or product launches. At Neural Impulse, we love translating our detailed 3D models into the real world using this exciting new technology. Let us create a custom, dynamically lit, anatomical or medical device sculpture for your next exhibit.
Would your sales team benefit from a detailed device model to better communicate your complicated technology? A printed model may be the best method of communicating key messages to your client.
Printed Digital Models for the Exhibit Setting and Sales Teams
Heart Valve Replacement
This prototype is designed to showcase numerous replacement valves in a transparent heart model. The version depicted features a transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI). The example material shown is translucent, but the model can be printed in many different materials, colors, and sizes.
The final version will feature a fully transparent heart material and opaque replacement valves that can be seen in situ from all angles. Special care was taken in the model design so that there are very few visible seams. The current design can be altered in almost infinite ways to accommodate many visualization needs.
This neuron model is a stunning showpiece for an exhibit setting. It was designed to incorporate various internal lighting schemes to simulate electrical signals. This model can serve as an isolated neuron or connected with other functional classifications.
Physical structures require many considerations such as size, complexity, weight, etc. but every effort was made to design a neuron that looks as realistic as possible. Our library of neural structures can be customized for a vast array of visual needs.