Operating system:Windows 10 Pro
Hello. I did a quick google search but nothing showed up so I was wondering if you could help me.
I am very familiar with thresholding/segmenting/exporting as stl’s, etc… I work as a 3d Printing Lab Coordinator at a hospital.
However I’m fortunate enough to have a printer that can print voxel by voxel and theoretically have MUCH more detail than traditional 3d printers (in 500,000+ colors). In order to print at the voxel level I need to provide a stack of .png’s to the software. Obviously my first thought was to take the dicom images and convert to png in batch and provide that, but I’d rather not just have black and white prints. So I thought it’d be cool if the volume rendering options in 3d slicer that provide color volumes could then be exported (with their colors) as a stack of png’s. Possible? How do I do it?
Thank you for any help!