[slicer-users] Finite element analysis from .stl ?
curtislisle at knowledgevis.com
Sat Feb 20 19:01:20 EST 2010
I work with the Iowa team on the Slicer FE Meshing module. This module
provides an easy way to create hexahedral meshes from STL surface
boundary files. There is a tutorial on using the module available on
the Slicer 3.2 training page. Also, I'll be glad to help with your
application of our module. Please contact me directly with your usage
On Feb 20, 2010, at 12:08 PM, Sylvain Jaume <sylvain at csail.mit.edu>
> Hi Fred,
> I'm forwarding your question to Professor Magnotta and Professor
> Grosland, who have developed a Finite Element package interacting with
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Fred <fredlouazel at hotmail.com>
>> Hi Sylvain,
>> I finally got a very nice 3D surface with the method you proposed
>> to me. I
>> export it as .stl file and open it in pro/e to make finite element
>> I don't have the reverse engineer package so I have to fin another
>> way to
>> make finite element analysis.
>> Is there a way to do finite element analysis from a .stl with open
>> software ?
>> Actuelly, I am not capable to create a mesh in 3Dslicer with my
>> laptop. If I
>> was able, the exporting would be .stl ? So I would have the same
>> problem in
>> pro/e ?
>> From: Sylvain Jaume
>> Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2010 4:50 PM
>> To: Fred
>> Cc: <slicer-users at bwh.harvard.edu>
>> Subject: Re: [slicer-users] 3D Slicer capability ?
>> Hello Fred,
>> You might need to use the Extract Subvolume module by Andriy
>> Fedorov to crop
>> your data set before applying the Grayscale Model Maker.
>> Alternatively you
>> can segment your data set using the Editor module and apply the
>> Model Maker
>> module (see mesh icon in the right panel of the GUI of the Editor
>> On Feb 6, 2010, at 4:23 PM, "Fred" <fredlouazel at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I my study, I have to open a DICOM data set of a shoulder. I have
>> to extract
>> and get a 3D model of the humerus and the scapula separetly. From
>> now, I am
>> ony able to get the entire 3D model of the sholder. Is it possible
>> to make a
>> model of one bone only ?
>> Your help would be appreciated
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