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3d model-replica of a human eye anatomy

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3d model-replica of a human eye anatomy for 3d printing.
Can be divided horizontally to reveal the internal details of the eye.

Please note that the stand that there is a second version with a stand to hold the model upright and the muscle tissue splitted.

The model represents the following structures: Choroid, Cornea,Lens, Zonules, Retina, Sclera and the Vitreous-humor. The muscular attachments are also part of the model.

The model is provided in three formats : STL .
To be used for educational purposes and 3d printing applications.

Ideal for use in medical teaching environments.
The model has been simplified and optimized for 3d printing. Please contact us for any inquiries and modifications.

3D printing settings

For the dimensions the size is around the eyeball has a diametre of 60mm and thickness of 2mm for the shelled parts.
The design is meant to be printed on SLA and DLP printers but you can print the stand and the outer shells using an fdm printer.
A bit of wet sanding will help make everything fit better.
You will need to glue some parts together like the muscle tissues.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2020/07/10 at 21:01
  • Publication date: 2020/06/14 at 22:59





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I've turned this into a nice shelf ornament.
Despite having an SLA printer it was mostly FDM printed at 200% scale.

I've a cool suggestion for the cornea, making it easier and more accessible. If you happened to implement it I'd be thrilled.

You can get away with an opaque lens but the cornea really must be clear. I wasn't satisfied with the transparency I could achieve on my SLA printer, so I looked for a pre-fabricated alternative, finding laboratory watch glasses. 30 mm watch glasses look a real close fit at 100% scale and 60 mm watch glass look a good fit at 200% scale, albeit about half as thick as the model.

Adjusting the Sclera to hold a 30 mm watch glass (maybe a lip to hold it in place?) let people forgo transparent materials and polishing. Adding a 200% scale Sclera to hold a 60 mm watch glass would help me personally and enable printing this model with only an FDM printer.

I've got 60mm watch glasses on order to mess around with myself.

My print settings:
- 200% scale
- Most pieces were printed at 0.2 mm layer height
- Stand was printed supportless, at 0.16 mm
- Lens was printed split in half, supportless, at 0.16 mm
- Cornea was SLA printed

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