Human pelvic bones
The model consists of 7 parts, representing the individual elements of human pelvic bones. Thanks to the possibility of attaching magnets (there are specially prepared holes in the model), the parts can be assembled into a whole pelvis.
The model will be particularly useful in biology classes and early childhood education.
In the printable files, you will find 5 elements needed to assemble the model and 2 elements of the stand. The files have been prepared in such a way that the individual models can be printed either separately or together as a single print.
Visualization and signatures of individual elements can be found in the model assembly manual: [VISUALISATION] Human pelvic bones
Among the files to be printed you will find:
Single item files:
Support: part for assembling the stand,
Stand: base for assembling the stand,
Right hemipelvis: right pelvic bone,
Left hemipelvis: left pelvic bone,
Right femur: fragment of right femur,
Left femur: fragment of left femur,
Files with sets of several elements:
Female pelvis - plate: set of all elements.
Model size after assembling (XYZ): 140 x 80 x 80 mm.
Printing time: 12h 14 min.
Filament quantity: 138 g.
Recommended filament type: SkriPLA / PLA.
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You will need 16 magnets to assemble the pelvis.
Dimensions of the matching magnets: 4-5 mm diameter, 3 mm tall.