Medical & Educational Instruments
This Classic model (we call him
Stan) has been the standard of
quality in hospitals, schools,
universities, and laboratories for over 50 years. Ideal
for active use in teaching and demonstrations, this is
the most affordable full-size skeleton of this quality
available anywhere! Don’t settle for imitations which
compromise on quality in workmanship and materials.
Stan’s the man! Comes on waist mounted roller stand.
170 cm; 7.6 kg
Max the Classic
This version contains all the
standard benefits of a 3B Scientific®
Skeleton, in addition, it shows the
structural interaction between bones and muscles.
It depicts over 600 structures of medical/anatomical
significance including muscle origins (red) and insertions
(blue) on the left side as well as hand numbered bones,
fissures and foramina on the right side.
170 cm; 8.0 kg
Fred the Flexible Skeleton
Introducing Fred, the flexible skeleton. Fred’s spine can bend to mimic any natural human movement. Once flexed, it remains fixed in position to demonstrate correct and incorrect posture or various pathological conditions. In addition, all skull movements can be demonstrated.
Spinal nerve exits and vertebral arteries are shown as well as a dorso-lateral disc prolapsed between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae.
Fred has all the standard benefits of a 3B Scientific® Skeleton.
170 cm; 8.0 kg
A. Hand Skeleton
Wire mounted, slightly flexible fingers.
B. Loose Hand Skeleton
Threaded very loosely on nylon.
C. Loose Hand Skeleton with Ulna & Radius
Loosely mounted on bungy string. Ulna
and radius wire mounted.
K. Arm Skeleton with Scapula & Clavicle
Wire mounted, flexible wrist, elbow, and
shoulder joints. Slightly flexible fingers.
L. Sternum with Rib Cartilage
Replica human sternum with rib
12 individual ribs of one side,
Disarticulated Full Skeleton, numbered with muscle origins and insertions
This special version has over 600 anatomical structures, identified in a multilingual
product manual. The skeleton is supplied in a sturdy, partitioned storage box with
heavy-duty, carrying handle. Features: 3-part skull; one hand and foot are mounted
with wire; one arm and leg loosely articulated. Additionally:
On the Left Side:
• Hand-numbered anatomical structures
• Hand-painted muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue
On the Right Side:
• Hand-numbered bones and bony structures, such as fissures, foramina and processes
48.5 x 27 x 42.5 cm; 6.0 kg
Mini Vertebral Column,
flexible, on stand
Model with occipital plate of the skull,
sacrum, coccyx, and intervertebral discs.
The vertebral column is flexibly mounted
to demonstrate natural movements and
pathological changes. On a detachable stand.
44 cm; 0.25 kg