ABOUT US

Digim3d brings together a specialized skill set of medical and anatomical knowledge, experience in medical education, digital modelling, 3D printing, and moulding and casting.

HOW WE WORK

Through personal consultation, models are designed to meet your needs.

OUR PROCESS

Radiographic imaging is used to create digital models which can be further sculpted before 3D printing. Prototypes are created before deciding on a final design.

WHAT WE DO

Create custom 3D printed anatomical models for medical education and patient education. 

OUR SERVICES

Through personal consultation, we design and create your custom anatomical models. 

Personal consultation

We design models based on your specific educational needs.

Model design

Digital models are created to your specifications.

3D printing

Models are 3D printed in your chosen materials.

Model painting

Post processing involves sanding, painting and polishing the models.

Mould making and casting

3D printed moulds can be created to cast your models in flexible materials such as silicone.

Final Product

Final model is delivered to you.

Digim3d Partners

Working in collaboration with different 3D printing labs to create your custom 3D printed models. 

 

Semaphore

Semaphore is a research cluster at the iSchool, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, dedicated to inclusive design in the area of mobile and pervasive computing. Semaphore is part of the Inclusive Design Institute, and funded by the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) New Initiatives Fund and associated ORF-RE. The IDI effort is interdisciplinary and cross-institutional, involving researchers from eight collaborating partner institutions across several departments and fields.

Autodesk Research

Autodesk Research is dedicated to innovation and discovery. Their interests range from methods to help users learn powerful digital prototyping tools, to visualization and simulation techniques which enable designers to achieve new levels of performance. Advancing the state of the art in human-computer interaction, computer graphics, and digital design technology, they collaborate openly with researchers at leading universities around the world.

Toronto General Hospital Advanced Perioperative Imaging Lab (APIL)

The Lynn and Arnold Irwin Advanced Perioperative Imaging Lab, a 3D printing lab at Toronto General Hospital.