3D print of the ibis mummy skeleton with supports

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Title
3D print of the ibis mummy skeleton with supports
Contributors
Rashleigh, Edward Patrick (creator)
Merck, Derek (creator)
Collins, Scott (creator)
Merck, Lisa (creator)
Thum, Jen (creator)
Troche, Julia (creator)
Leary, Owen (creator)
Cronan, John (creator)
Date Created
2017
Abstract
This x3d file is for 3D printing of the ibis mummy's skeleton. The file has added structural supports among the bones for printing purposes.
Keywords
X3D (Standard)
Three dimensional printing
Three dimensional modeling
Ibis mummy skeleton
Notes
X3D is an ISO standard XML-based file format for representing 3D computer graphics

Citation

Rashleigh, Edward Patrick, Merck, Derek, Collins, Scott, et al., "3D print of the ibis mummy skeleton with supports" (2017). Ibis Mummy CT Imaging, Brown University Open Data Collection, Browniverse: 3D Models and Printing Digital Library. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:698091/

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