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Another option is to use Full Control Designer where you can define the path using Excel formulas and it will generate the GCode for you.


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For stuff like this, OpenSCAD is your friend. There are several different approaches you could take: Generate an image file with grayscale color representing the height of the function on an XY grid, and use the surface feature to import it as a heightmap. Write the function as a mathematical expression in OpenSCAD language, and write a module to generate ...


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This software may be of some use to you. Whilst looking into software/firmware for a Frankensbox FX-800, I came across this document For medical use - Dedicated series 3D printer, on the Dedibot website, which on page 4 states the following: The relevant part (in text form) is this: It can be used to read DICOM format CT/MRI/Micro CT/Micro MRI/Industrial ...


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I have some experience with VR visualisation of DICOM scans. I can tell you that these kind of scans usually are way too "hazy" to simply be 3D printed. To give you the best images possible you need to make a high-resolution scan of only the heart (smaller region scans make better quality images). Siemens has had some fantastic result with their ...


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