Model for mohs surgeryBlind

in 3D Printing Design held by Belaray
Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Description:
We would like to create a 3D model for mohs surgery showing the way layers of skin are removed to track out roots of skin cancer

Here is a diagram that reviews the technique.
goo.gl/images/Ly85Qz

These different pieces will have a counter sunk hole so we can glue a small neo magnet and hold it together

Attached you'll find a basic idea of what we want here.
Wants:
This will need to make the process of explaining mohs skin cancer surgery technique easier to understand.

Will need your guidance about how much detail to put into the model. Ie: can we print the cancer cells in another color? Or show normal anatomic structures?
Don't Wants:
This should not be too large... something that could be held easily in the hand
Software:
  1. Not sure
Additional Information
The link to tinkercad was not working... so i've uploaded the 'rough idea' of how this may look.

The model should have (as shown in uploaded draft)
1. A roughly 1/2 sphere where bulk of cancer is removed

2. A complete 2nd layer

3. A 3rd layer with a 1/2 sphere

4. A final 1/4

5. All the above should "nest" and fit nicely into the base. And have spots to glue small 1x5mm neo magnets. ( unless you suggest another size)

I tried to show all the above in the tinkercad mock ups.

PLease be creative. ie: when i take the parts off the model, can i easily store them on/in the model? etc.

Here is more info on MOhs:
http://www.skincancermohssurgery.org/about-mohs-surgery/the-mohs-step-by-step-process

This video may also be helpful to visualize what I'm looking for (start about 2:30 min in)
http://azplasticsdoc.com/3d-mohs-surgery.php

Would also be interesting to show traditional "bread loaf" and how it can fail to detect residual cancer on the same model with Mohs surgery.
Here is a link to "bread loaf"
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/imgs/512/260/4453766/PMC4453766_dic-4-212281-g003.png


Also note this project will be 3-d printed. Likely with 2 color plastic. Maybe 1 color and painted. Possibly not plastic (?wood or metal?) but I would like your thoughts on this.

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1st Winner
#10 MOHS Model Final by Adam
Jan 3, 2017 0:49
#6 Mohs Model Final by ODBDesign
Hopefully this is right because for $80 you are pushing it in terms of skill and build time.
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Jan 2, 2017 10:40
#2 Mohs Model by ODBDesign
Hopefully this is on the right track. Let me know of any alterations. Regards
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Jan 1, 2017 18:26
#3 MOHS Model by Adam
I still can't open the tinkercad link. This is what I envision based upon your verbal description.
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Jan 1, 2017 19:03
#4 mohs4 by Adam
Jan 1, 2017 21:11
#5 Mohs Model Translucent by ODBDesign
I found your example a little confusing. Hopefully i have captured the same thing you were going for here. I used this which seems to be a very common image used to describe the process.
https://dermassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/mohs-image.jpg
I have made the skin layers translucent so you can see the cancer spread even when the layers are assembled.
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Jan 1, 2017 22:43
#7 MOHS Model by Adam
Jan 2, 2017 15:34
#8 MOHS Model by Adam
Jan 2, 2017 16:13

Discussion

Tue, 03 Jan 2017 21:20:34 +0000
i have not time to subbmit ... erease my design to .. :(

Belaray

Buyer

Mon, 02 Jan 2017 13:27:04 +0000
that is much closer...
1. The 1/2 sphere where bulk of cancer is removed is good

2. The 2nd layer should be full (you have with 1/4 missing or seperate)

3. We then wanted a 1/2 sphere layer

4. Last a 1/4 layer.

5. All the above should "nest" and fit nicely into the base.

I tried to show this in the tinkercad mock ups.

We also need magnet countersunk points to hold it all together.

Belaray

Buyer

Sun, 01 Jan 2017 23:16:12 +0000
I like the way you made the skin translucent... but we don't want to demonstrate layers going deeper. I was hoping the tinkercad upload would do the trick.
I'll make something out of clay, maybe that will help, and send some photos....

Belaray

Buyer

Sun, 01 Jan 2017 22:08:07 +0000
Thanks for this submission.
Did you have a chance to see the draft i uploaded? there you can see that there is first a central part, then a full "layer", then a 1/2 "layer, and then a 1/4 layer.

That is what we want to show here - so it illustrates tracking a cancer to the specific areas that it remains.

Belaray

Buyer

Sun, 01 Jan 2017 20:13:40 +0000
Great start here... but that is not really how the layers of mohs surgery work.
i think the tinkercad link was troublesome. sorry about that.
i've uploaded the tinkercad file. I think it will give you a better idea of what i'm looking for.
Let me know after you take a look.
Be creative! tHANKS AGAIN

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