BoneMatrix: Rigid translucent material is used to mimic bone structures. This material is stiff and stable, and can be drilled into to practice procedures like total knee replacement (TKR).
Example anatomy presets include: Long Bone, Ribs, Vertebra, Skull.

GelMatrix: Watery translucent material is used to mimic soft and damp tissues and as an easy-to-remove support material for small cavities like in blood vessels for instance. This material should be mixed with other, more stable materials such as Agilus30. Example anatomy presets include: Liver, Gel Support, Subcutaneous Fat, Pure Gel Support.

TissueMatrix (MED310C): The softest commercially available 3D printing material. This sticky material lets users create models of soft and solid internal organs that feel and behave like native organ tissue when force is applied. Because of its stickiness and instability, this material should be mixed with stable materials like Agilus30. Examples for anatomy presets are the Myocardium and Liver presets.

RadioMatrix: Create medical models that exhibit radio-realistic features under X-Ray and CT. RadioMatrix provides unprecedented visibility of anatomical structures, medical devices, and implants under medical imaging—for unmatched surgical navigation, training, and testing. Move away from traditional constraints to 3D Geometrical freedom.

DraftWhite (MED857): A rigid white materials for single material medical  like craniomaxillofacial and orthopedics applications that can be mixed with other Vivid colors and transparent materials.

DraftWhite MED857 – Data Sheet






J850™ Digital Anatomy™




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