Top 7 Factors That Determine Custom Anatomical Model Pricing

As with any industry that delivers a customized product to a consumer, several of the most commonly asked questions for developing anatomical models involve pricing.    How much will my model cost? What determines the price of my model? Are there ways I can save money on my model while still meeting my specific requirements? […]

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Can We Replicate Human Tissue?

Humans are incredibly intricate and complex organisms. As you zoom into the individual components that make us human, things seem to get even more complex.  Human tissue is quite literally what holds us together. It is the substance that makes up every component of our bodies. It is what gives us shape and structure internally […]

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When Models Marry Cadavers

How Hands-On Models and Cadaver Labs Create the Best Experience for Training Medical Professionals Cadavers have been used for medical training and research since the 13th century. Over the past several hundred years, cadavers have undoubtedly enhanced the medical profession and allowed a mode of training that garnered a realistic and generally reproducible training experience. […]

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Should I Use 3D Printing For My Anatomy Models?

Should I Use 3D Printing For My Anatomy Demonstration and Training Models? Although 3D printing originated in 1984, the technology has caught fire in the past 15 years or so. It’s become a buzzword in many industries involved in engineering and design (and, more recently, medicine). With all of the publicity surrounding it, it’s reasonable […]

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What’s Next in Medical Device Marketing & Training

Nobody could have predicted how the pandemic would uproot medical device marketing and training. But there’s one prediction we can safely make today: The hoops we jumped through to keep sales reps engaged and trainers training—from their homes—did more than shift us to virtual meetings and presentations. It kicked open the door to new ideas […]

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It’s More Important to Feel Good than to Look Good

Barbie looks good. But when it comes to training physicians with new medical devices and procedures, how the medical demonstration model feels is more important. Those hard plastic models we’ve all seen in physicians’ offices look interesting, but you can’t do anything with them. The model pictured above was developed to train clinicians on a […]

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