for patients

FOR EVERYONE.

for patients

FOR EVERYONE.

Going in for surgery?

Surgery is always a scary concept.

We as patients entrust our bodies to doctors, often without knowing or
understanding exactly what it is that we suffer from, what it looks like,
what it is.

 

We are changing this.
Using our technology you can convert those complicated and confusing
2D CT or MRI scans, into 3D models that exactly replicate your anatomy,
all with just one click.

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It’s as easy as one, two, three.

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2D to 3D in one click

The conversion process is as simple as it gets, just upload the 2D images and we'll transform them into 3D models.

Stress-free surgeries

Our technology eliminates unforeseen events and improves the results of all surgical procedures.

Your body, exactly

All bodies are different, but our level of accuracy is absolute, our 3D models exactly replicate your anatomy.

Faster recovery

More effective surgeries and faster overall recovery times. All thanks to your doctor better understanding your body.

3D printer ready

3D print your own models. Our 3D models are cleaned, repaired and optimized to be 3D printed.

Shorter surgeries

By giving doctors a chance to practice the procedure beforehand, we've seen reductions in surgery time of up to 50%.

Unlimited Options

Tailor made to your specifications. Each one of our 3D models is custom made to suit your needs.

Touch & Explore

You and your relatives can now touch and explore 3D models that perfectly replicate your anatomy.

Easy to use

Designed so that anyone can use it, we are the ONLY solution that requires no training, no special skills, nothing.

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Images Processed

358

3D Models Generated

121

Surgeries Assisted

Our Plans & Pricing

Select the plan that best suits your needs

This option gives you access to our online converter, easy to use and made so that everyone could use it. Just select the type of tissue you need to convert to 3D from our list of presets and presto! All the dataset information in the study is transformed to 3D without applying any type of segmentation.
The resulting model is extracted and exported to STL format.

 

Important Note: Our Direct Manual Conversion transforms the images to 3D as they come out of the CT (or MRI) scanner automatically, post processing might be required for 3D printing. Unlike the two other types of conversion (Selection and Custom), these models are not guaranteed.

 

Flat rated at: 99 USD

Just specify what part of the anatomy it is that you need, in other words, which part or parts of bone tissue you need for us to convert to 3D and that’s it! We will convert your 2D scans to a 3D model ready to 3D print as per your request.

 

Important Note: These models are cleaned, repaired and optimized to be 3D printed. This type of conversion does not require any kind of post processing, the resulting 3D STL model is created according to your specifications.

 

Starting at: 199 USD (with a 35 USD Non-Refundable Data Viability Analysis Fee)

This plan enables you to obtain 3D models of soft tissues exclusively, or 3D models with special design elements or requirements, in other words, the resulting 3D model is tailor made to your specifications.

 

Important Note: These models are cleaned, repaired and optimized to be 3D printed. This type of conversion does not require any kind of post processing, the resulting 3D STL model is created according to your specifications.

 

Starting at: 299 USD (with a 35 USD Non-Refundable Data Viability Analysis Fee)
  • USD99/model
  • Direct Manual Conversion
    • All 2D data is converted to 3D
    • User manual input required
    • Post processing required
  • Start 3D Conversion
  • USD199/model
  • Selection Conversion
    • BONE tissue segmentation
    • User input included
    • Post processing included
  • Start 3D Conversion
  • USD299/model
  • Custom Conversion
    • SOFT tissue segmentation
    • User input included
    • Post processing included
  • Start 3D Conversion

"It's simply not the same to be able to hold the spine of your patient in your hand while you plan and practice the procedure. This technology allows you to make a thousand mistakes while you evaluate and try new approaches, all done before the surgery takes place."

ALEJANDRO CÚNEO, MD - ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON
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