It's what's under the skin that counts

I love it when a plan comes together. I've finally met all the right people and I'm making progress. I am working on 3D printing a skull from a live person! What I needed first was someone's CT scan... and thanks to various health complaints I found someone who had a scan for multiple myeloma! Then I found a wonderful chap who works at Addenbrookes' hospital, making 3D prints of various broken and wonky bits of people to help surgeons figure out how to fix them. He could get the data out of my CT scan and create a 3D file in a more friendly format. And he could play with the settings on density etc to pull out skin or bone. And make it into something that can be sent to a 3D printer! (I'm ma