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How to reconstruct a 3D model of femur from ct scan file (DICOM)

By hiba selmi on 13 Feb 06:39 3 answers 4619 views 1 comment

for reconstruct a real 3D model using the DICOM file, witch software i can use, and how to converter this format at other format

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  • Ahmed Abdel Moghny
    Ahmed Abdel Moghny over 3 years ago

    1. convert Dicom to STL use (mimics - magics - 3D doctor - inVesalius)
    2. convert STL to solid model use ( solidworks - 3dmax)

  • Gareth James
    Gareth James about 3 years ago

    Dear Hiba - if you're still looking for a solution to this problem, you might want to consider our software - we can convert DICOM to STL for export, and have options for creating NURBS models.

    We can also generate volume meshes from CT with contact surfaces, node sets, shell elements, CFD boundary conditions, and material properties. Files can be exported in solver-specific formats, e.g. to ANSYS, COMSOL, Abaqus. Please visit www.simpleware.com if you'd like to learn more and try our software with a free trial, or contact us at info@simpleware.com.

    Best,

    Gareth
    Simpleware Ltd.

  • venkatesh
    venkatesh over 2 years ago

    Dear Ahmed , answer is interesting, may i know how to convert STL into Solid model in Solid works or 3DMAX.

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