Q: What size is the box of the Axis Scientific Classic Human Skeleton?
A: The box of the Axis Scientific Classic Human Skeleton is approximately 33x15x12 inches.
Q: I would like to take this skeleton a part and then put it back together, is this possible?
A: No, this model cannot be disassembled and then put back together. Once it has been disassembled, you will not be able to reassemble it. If you are looking for a disarticulated skeleton, we would suggest the Axis Scientific Disarticulated Skeleton.
Q: I don't need a full size skeleton. Do you carry anything smaller?
A: Yes, we actually have the Axis Scientific Mini Skeleton. It is 31 inches tall.
Q: Is this model detailed? I need a very detailed model for an upcoming test, and I am worried that I will not be able to view all of the features I need on this skeleton.
A: Yes, this model is very detailed. You will be able to view all of the bony landmarks that are found on real human bone. If you have more specific questions about what can viewed on this skeleton, please give us a call at 800-422-1134. We can then make sure this is the right skeleton for you.
Q: What's included in the box?
A: Upon delivery, you will receive the complete skeleton and a 5-caster rolling stand. You will need to attach the legs and skull to the skeleton, as well as assemble the stand and mount the skeleton to the stand. Average setup time is 5-10 minutes for most users. If you have trouble assembling your skeleton, simply call or email us.
Q: What is the model made of?
A: This model is made of a high-quality PVC plastic. The stand is made of metal and plastic.
Q: Is the spine of this skeleton flexible?
A: No, unfortunately, the spine on this skeleton is not flexible. If you are looking for a skeleton with a flexible spine, we recommend any of the following skeletons:
Axis Scientific Human Skeleton with Flexible Spine, Muscle Insertions, and Ligaments
Rudiger Anatomie Physiological Skeleton
Rudiger Anatomie Deluxe Super Skeleton with Musculature and Ligaments
Rudiger Anatomie Human Skeleton with Flexible Spine, Muscle Paintings, and Arteries
Q: Are the fingers and toes moveable?
A: Yes, you can move and pose the fingers and toes. They are held together with flexible wire.
Q: What gender is this model?
A: This is a male human skeleton.
Q: What material is the stand made of?
A: The stand is made of plastic.