Human upper limb bones

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Model description

Model set depicting the bones that make up the human upper limb to scale. It consists of 31 pieces to assemble. Some of the bones have been subdivided to allow for easier printing. It is also possible to print the bones of the hand in two variants, as separate bones and as an integrated model.

The model will be particularly useful in biology and nature classes.


Model elements

In the print files you will find the 33 components needed to assemble the model. The files have been prepared so that the individual models can be printed separately or as a single print.


Among the files to be printed you will find:

Single item files:

- Left scapula artic,

- Left radius ulna artic,

- Left phalanges,

- Left metacarpals,

- Left humerus artic,

- Left clavicle artic,

- Left carpus,

- Hand with connected bones.


Files with sets of several elements:

- Plate 1: set consisting of the humerus, scapula and clavicle bones to be printed,

- Plate 2: set consisting of the hand bones and the radius and elbow bones to be printed,

- Plate 2 with connected bones: a set of connected hand bones, radius and elbow bones for printing.


You will find model assembly instruction here: [VISUALISTION] Human upper limb bones


Technical data

Model size after assembling (XYZ): 500 x 100 x 110 mm.

Printing time: Plate 1: 8 h 20 min / Plate 2: 6 h 9 min / Plate 2 with connected bones: 7 h 15 min

Filament quantity: Plate 1 and plate 2 - 260 g / plate 1 and plate 2 with connected bones - 225g,

Recommended filament type: SkriPLA / PLA.


If you want to learn more or recall some information about 3D printing, check out our training materials for teachers at Skriware Academy: 3D printing e-courses


Additional information

You will need a flexible filament to assemble the model.




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