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          3B Scientific

          Max the Muscle Skeleton

          Skeleton on 5-footed stand

          Order number: 200382.0
          Package: 1 piece(s)

          Selection: 170 cm

          €624.63 * gross
          €524.90 * net

          plus shipping costs

          Item in stock


          You will receive your goods between the 23.10.2021 and 27.10.2021

          Max the Muscle Skeleton from 3B Scientific

          This skeleton model embodies all the standard benefits of a 3B scientific skeleton. In addition, it shows the structural interactions between bones and muscles. On the skeleton's left side, more than 600 medically/anatomically important structures are designated, such as muscle origins in red, muscle attachments in blue, and, on the right side, hand-numbered bones, fissures and foramina.

          • musculo-skeletal Max embodies all standard benefits of the classic skeleton.
          • offers in addition a representation of the structural interaction between bones and muscles
          • on the skeleton's left side, more than 600 medically/anatomically important structures are designated
          • unbeatable price-performance point
          • first-class natural casting "Made in Germany"
          • hand-finished
          • made of durable, unbreakable plastics
          • the ca. 200 bones closely approximate their real weight
          • natural height
          • anatomically correct
          • 3-part assembled skull
          • individually inserted teeth
          • quick and easy-to-take limb measurements

          Product contents

          • Skeleton Max
          • Stand
          • dust cover

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