Professional 3D Printing Services for the Orthopedic Vet

How it WorksUpload Your FilesFAQ
 PartSnap is pleased to offer an extremely easy process for vet surgeons to order bone models for their animal patients.

  1. Upload your CT Scan or MRI data to us.  Click on the second tab above, called “Upload Your Files”.
  2. We will process your DICOM data, produce a 3D printable CAD model and email you a quote.
  3. You confirm the order and we will being production of your model and send you an invoice.
  4. Upon payment we will ship your bone model.

You can send us your files by filling out the form below.  If you have any trouble, or if your file set is too large, you can use a free file transfer service like WeTransfer.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What type of material will the model be made from?
A: We use white ABS plastic.  It is durable and economical.  It can be sawed, drilled, tapped and bolted together.  You can cut it and glue it back together if you make a mistake.

Q: How much does it cost?
A: A typical canine leg model will cost about $150 for toy breed up to $300 for a working breed

Q: How long does it take?
A: From the time you send us the files until you receive the bone model by mail is typically 3-5 business days.  Please tell us at the start if you are working with a tighter schedule.  We can often accommodate rush orders of 1-3 business days.