Hand bones with nails


A quick scan of hand bones with nails made with Artec Spider. The object was scanned in three passes over just 8 minutes and processed afterwards for 30 minutes.

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A quick scan of the bones of the hand, together with fingernails, made with Artec Space Spider. The object was scanned in only three passes: first covering the palm of the hand, then the back of the hand, and finally, for good measure, a scan of both sides with the hand held in a vertical position.

A close examination of the 3D model reveals the condition of the carpals, metacarpals, as well as the phalanges (finger bones). The small bones of the hand have fused together over time.

This highly accurate color 3D model is suitable for both forensics and forensic anthropology purposes, allowing researchers in-depth views of the crucial characteristics of bones, particularly in regards to the effects of decomposition and soil conditions.

3D printing settings

Layer Resolution: 0.2 mm for a balance of quality and speed.

Extruder Temperature: 200°C for PLA, 230°C for ABS. (Adjust for material.)

Print Speed: 50-60 mm/sec for optimal surface quality.

Supports: Use for complex parts, set density at 15-20%.

Bed Adhesion: Use glue or tape to prevent warping.

Infill: 20% for regular models, 100% for extra strength if needed.