Hi everybody , first time here on this forum. Hope I chose the right category.
I was having some trouble with the Extension “SurfaceWrapSolidify” . It’s a pelvic CT with a superior pubic ramus fracture , and I think I must be doing something wrong when selecting the “Preserve cracks” option, since I’m getting a bridge of bone where a fracture lines should be ( Image attached)
And also after exporting the segmented shell to Cura software I’m still getting only support structure on the inner space of the pelvic bone (purple arrow) instead of the infill I set up (100% infill , and 5% support density + line support pattern., and choosing 100% infill , and 5% support density + line support pattern.
To create a model for 3D printing that preserves cracks use “Model” output. The binary labelmap representation of a segmentation may not be able to preserve enough details that are needed for thin cracks.
For the 3D printing, because you created a shell in SurfaceWrapSolidify with a thickness, Cura is reading that as an outward facing surface basically. You can use SurfaceWrapSolidify to create a solid filled model–when you export the STL, it will be a hollow shell. Then in Cura, you can specify your infill and wall thickness or number of walls.
So now I was wondering , Is there a way I could get that nice solid segmentation and still preserve the fracture lines ( green arrow on screenshot number 3), because now they are kind of faded. Maybe something to do with the “split cavities” ?. The 3d model looks like a healed bone without visible fracture gaps.
You can adjust the “Carve Holes” to a smaller value like 5.0 mm to see if that gives you what you need. The default of 10mm seems to fill in everything. You might still end up with some holes that need filling.
Thanks for checking out my rib app! Hand bones are next!