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Travelling from Ottawa to Calgary to Print a 3D Model of the Bladder Cancer Wax Figure

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University of Ottawa Student Tristan Lamonica Demonstrating Wax Model of Bladder Cancer to Dr.Pantalony's children.

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Before and after picture of the printed doll model, copy of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology and on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the…

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Video of the second attempt to print the Chinese Doll with the Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer, at the MakerLab at the University of Ottawa.

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Video of the first attempt to print the Chinese Doll with the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer, at the MakerLab at the University of Ottawa.

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Final STL file of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology. On loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).

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First version of the STL file of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology and on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal…

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This is a screenshot of the STL file shared with David Pantalony and Shanna Ossé by Leonid Chepelev. The file was opened with Microsoft OneDrive

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A screenshot of the new Atrial Septal Defect Model, remastered by Shanna Ossé, in order to identify only the Atrial Septal Defect. This picture was taken in the Meshmixer software, in the same software that created this new object.

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STL file on the museum's computer, of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the museum, is on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).
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