Easily go from scan
to 3D model

Remove all guesswork from customised treatment and facilitate communication about treatment options. With Materialise Mimics inPrint, easily transform image data into accurate, virtual 3D models to develop deeper insights into patient-specific anatomy.

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Pre-defined workflows simplify the entire process. Mimics inPrint comes with a powerful interface that allows you to locate and import patient images directly on the hospital PACS. Workflows for orthopedic, cardiovascular, oncology and CMF applications bring faster results. DICOM compatibility ensures easy connections with all modern imaging systems.

Use Mimics inPrint to:

Segment images in seconds

Semi-automated tools, for example in heart segmentation or fractured bones, get you results in just a few clicks.

Include your imaging expertise

Refine your segmentation with intuitive 2D and 3D tools that show the results in real time.

Benefits:

Increase confidence, decrease stress

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Enhance team and patient communication

Avoid outlier issues

Creating a 3D-printed heart model: DORV

Creating a 3D-printed renal carcinoma model

Creating a 3D model of a calcaneus fracture

Creating a 3D model of a hip fracture

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How to Start Implementing 3D Printing in Your Hospital

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First Systematic Review of Image Segmentation Software for Cardiac 3D-Printed Models

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