Simplified spinal cord cross section 3D print model

Spinal cord cross section 3d printable models and FDM friendly.

The model depicts the following parts: the white and gray matters, the filaments on ventral and dorsal root, the spinal ganglion, the dorsal and ventral roots, the dorsal ramus and the rami communicantes.

Please note that some amplification has been introduced to show the small details of the model.

Three versions of the model are offered: ( a solid without the vertebrae stand ), ( a solid with the vertebrae stand ) and ( a fragmented model with individual parts )

The vertebrae stand has 4 point of contact to ensure that the model stands upright.

Please note that some gluing will be necessary to assemble the model.

A clearance of 0.35mm is modeled into the splitted parts to ensure the clearance for assembly.

Size 230mm*150*150mm. ( to be scaled as you wish )

Made in solidworks 2020.

The model is provided in three formats : STL, STEP, IGES and OBJ.

The model has been simplified and optimized for 3d printing.

To be used for educational purposes and 3d printing applications.

Ideal for use in medical teaching environments.

Please contact us for any inquiries and modifications.

Check my previous models for similar designs.

    Item Rating10
    • jjohn-thomas-noonan
      2021-01-09 12:58
      I am new to CGtrader and this is the first model I have purchased. This is a nice simplified model of the spinal cord. I am printing a classroom set of this. They will be used in a HS anatomy class. The files are not ready to print in the sense that you first have to open one of the files in meshmixer or similar application. Then separate the shells and then export each shell as a stl file. It would have been nice if the creator had provided individual stl's for each piece of this model. I combined the two white matter shells and printed them as a single model using white PLA (with supports) then printed the gray matter separately using gray PLA. The gray matter slid inside the white matter with a bit of force. I haven't printed the vertebrate yet but expect that to fit around the white matter nicely. Now that I have figured out how to split a single STL file into individual shells, I would definitely purchase other models like this one.
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    3D model formats
    • IGES (.ige, .igs, .iges)19.2 MB
    • Stereolithography (.stl)17.3 MB
    • STEP (.stp)17.2 MB
    • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)55 MB
    • 3D Manufacturing File (.3mf)5.16 MB
    3D model details
    • Publish date2020-07-01
    • Model ID#2494590