Tampa’s Radiologic Technology faculty and students came up with an innovative way to learn the skeletal anatomy of the human thorax. They built one! Utilizing a handheld tool based on 3D printing technology called the 3Doodler, students painstakingly molded and assembled each element of an anatomically accurate human thorax out of plastic. The 3Doodler heats and extrudes the plastic, which then cools and hardens into any shape the user wants to render. The newly built and fully labeled thorax, which represents the result of a number of hours of student study and collaboration, now sits on display in the library at the Tampa campus.