3D printers are becoming more common in college environments, industrial and scientific. Gradually incorporate other household types to become an element of our toolboxes.
These tools allow 3D models from a data file that describes the geometry. Normally be used for parts or mechanical objects or simple rapid prototyping.
Here I present the results of using this technique to produce 3D views of sum an neuron, that can be used for the study neuroscientists morphologically.
This model has been conducted at the Department of Aerospace Vehicles (DVA) Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) from a synthetic model developed at the Rey Juan Carlos University by the Group and Virtual Reality Modeling (GMRV)
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