This 3D-printed spine and ribs anatomical model features a detailed, life-size representation of the human spine—including vertebrae, discs, and ribs.
The spine and ribs in the model are printed as one piece. The spine is anatomically correct and features clearly the 12 thoracic vertebrae and the ribs’ connection to them. Since this model was created based on CT imagery, it can be printed at life scale for close observation.
Additionally, the model is made of a strong, durable plastic that is resistant to wear and tear. It’s lightweight and easy to carry, so it’s perfect for teaching anatomy in the classroom or clinical office. Because of its durable construction and lightweight nature, this model will stand up to repeated use and observation without breaking.
The model is often used for educational purposes in medical schools, emergency rooms, and other medical facilities. Students and hobbyists anywhere can use the model to learn more about anatomy. It’s also well-suited for use in physical therapy, chiropractic, and osteopathic offices, as well as for medical research.
If you are interested in other skeletal models, check out our hand model here.