Human Skeleton Set Complete Separable Labelled Bone Names Parts 3D Model

by deepankar in Models

The formats 3mf, obj, fbx, USDZ,GLTZ & GLB with applied uv mapped textures have also been included in the downloads along with ply & stl.

BEFORE BUYING WATCH THE DETAILED FULL MODEL VIDEO PREVIEW HERE :- The entire human body skeleton in 1:1 scale (skelton height 1.5 metre) along with anatomically precise labelling of bone name (in orange) along with its parts (in blue).

The skull has been extensively labelled both from outside and inside with localization and labelling of foramens. Some of the labels have been repeated both in the outer and inner surface for correct identification from both surfaces.

The model is a single large file in blend (approx. 140 mb) with all bones as separate single object meshes (mostly tris). All the bones can be separated away from the main skeleton.

Each of the bone with its labelling (name and parts) is a single mesh for ensuring that labels are not displaced away from bone.

The bone names have been coloured in orange and each parts of a single bone has been labelled in blue.

The materials have non-overlapping UVs with texture maps.

The formats 3mf, ply, obj, fbx, USDZ,GLTZ & GLB with applied uv mapped textures have also been included in the downloads along with  stl.

I have included the various formats needed by various customer for the various 3d modelling softwares they may be using. 

The following formats are compressed in rar formats :-

1. blend

2. 3mf

3. stl

4. obj

5. fbx

6. glb

7. gltz

8. usdz

The downloaded files have to unpacked using any rar unpacker. After unpacking, the folder content of the respective formats will be as follows :-.

1. blend :- single file with all applied and packed textures.

2. 3mf :- single file with all applied and packed textures.

3. stl :- single file with only geometry data

4. obj :- mutiple files including .obj,.mtl, images textures.

5. fbx :- single file with all applied and packed textures.

6. glb :- single file with all applied and packed textures.

7. gltz :- mutiple files including .bin, images textures.

8. usdz :- single file 

The native file is blend so the open source software blender opens mostly all the files, with textures (packed with the files). The best way is to open the files named blend with blender. Other files have to be imported in blender by clicking within blender "File >>Import>>select the type of file you want to import>>open file location of the downloaded unzipped files>>select the file>>the model would open in the 3d viewport of the software.

The other files including blender can be opened with most of the free and paid 3d modelling software. The files obj & fbx are compatible with other 3d modeling software, example maya. These software's have the open/import options similar to blender. The files stl and 3mf are compatible with 3d printing software's. The built in "3d builder " windows software opens all of these files including glb, & gltz. In case you don't have 3d builder installed just download it free from Microsoft store for free. 

For 3d builder 3mf, fbx, stl, glb are standalone files (right click the model file>>select open with>>3d builder). For obj,ply, & gltz 3d builder will prompt you to select the model files .mtl and image textures (these are packed in the rar files).

The textures files have been separately supplied additionally; in case one needs them.

Published 3 months ago
Blender Version 2.79, 2.81, 3.3, 3.6
Misc Data uvs-unwrapped, normal-mapped, textured
License Editorial
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