MRI 3D Printing
3D Printing an MRI at SudoRoom Project
Most people complete initial starter projects with 3D Printing and then never touch stuff again.
As with software engineering, it is always best to learn how to do stuff that you are emotionally involved in. Who isn't interested in their MRIs? If not their own, their relative's MRIs. Sometimes the MRIs are sad. Sometimes they are happy. One guy even saved his wife's sight by 3D printing her MRI (distracting but fun link - promise not to surf away!). While making 3D printouts from MRIs is challenging,
3D Printing is so cool it's always distracting
3D Printing is one of those endeavors where people tend to spend too much time surfing the web for neat projects. There are so many interesting stories out there, and I notice that compared to other projects this is one to hose where people get wrapped up in surfing the web the most. The 3D modelling software is the most time consuming and although easy, it's very easy to get distracted, especially if you are just here on your free time.
Turn these notes into a blog post. <3 There are instructables and so on but most normal people will spend a lot of time getting distracted and have to spend time getting into the downloading all the stuff.
Folks working on this: Romy Tracy