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Below are some videos about 3D printing molecular models:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvQ6R_op128
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5R5CZWbpVw

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It looks like you can go to the site
http://3dprint.nih.gov/
set up an account there, and then download
the files you need to make a 3D printout.

I don't know if it will let you upload your own custom pdb files,
but it sounds like you can download ones from certain databases.

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NIH 3D Print Exchange

Hi Jeff, this is James from the NIH 3D Print Exchange team. I'm glad you found our site! If you'd like to upload a custom PDB, use the 'Create' tool on our site, then choose the 'molecular data' path and upload your PDB file. Our tools will generate ribbon, thick ribbon, and surface models that you can download. You can also use the 'Quicksubmit' feature on the Create page to generate models directly from a PDB or EMDB identifier.

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Thanks, James!

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Cool!

This is great. :D Thanks jeff101!

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