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    Here's another 3-D modeling company:

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    Date: Thu, 9 Jan 97 10:36:30 -0600 (CST)
    From: Kelly Baker
    To: Lisa Marie Hopkins
    Subject: Re: CT to .stl conversion

    Cyberform International can do this for you, I'm pretty sure.

    Their address is:
    407 International Parkway, Suite 403
    Richardson, Texas 75081
    (972) 690-7700
    Fax (972) 690-7999

    Ask to speak to David Crook.
    We have done work with patient CT data converted to .stl and then to
    stereolithography models. I have seen their facility and depending on the
    CT format you have, he should probably be able to convert this for you. I
    don't know what they would charge.

    Good Luck,

    Kelly Baker

    Kelly J. Baker, Ph.D.
    Senior Biomechanical Engineer
    Research Department
    Texas Scottish Rite Hospital
    for Children
    2222 Welborn St.
    Dallas, TX 75219
    (214) 559-7873
    (214) 559-7872 Fax

    >Hi! I'm a masters student at the University of Delaware. I am trying
    >to create a 3-D solid model of the human nasal cavity. Using CT scan
    >data, I need to create a 3-D computer model which I could convert to an
    >STL (sterio-lithography) file. The STL file would be compatible with
    >our rapid-prototyping machine which I would then use to create the
    >solid model. I created a rough model using I-DEAS Master Series
    >modeling software. But, the model needs to be perfect since it will be
    >used for flow experimentation. I've heard that there is software which
    >easily converts CT scan images into 3-D computer models which can then
    >be manipulated for research purposes. If anyone knows of this software or
    >of a company which does this, please let me know. Thanks for your help.
    >Lisa Hopkins
    >University of Delaware