Axis Scientific Tibia Bone

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  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
  • Axis Scientific Tibia Bone
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Named after an ancient Greek wind instrument, the Tibia is the second largest bone in the human body (second only to the Femur). Manufactured by Axis Scientific, this life-size human bone replica features realistic texture and shows bony landmarks. If you're looking for an exceptional tool for student and patient education, look no further than this beautiful Axis Scientific bone model.

Axis Scientific provides the perfect combination of value and detail along with excellent customer support to reach the needs of students and educators alike. Made from a durable PVC-like material and backed by a 3-year warranty. 

Available in both left and right options.

Length: 14 inches
Width: 3 inches
Weight: 0.58 pounds

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Orientation Left and Right Left and Right Left and Right Left and Right
Assembled With N/A N/A Bungee on Hip/Metal Throughout N/A
Molded from Real Bones
Full Range of Motion N/A N/A N/A
Has Manual
Designed in the USA

Q & A

Q: Does this come with a product manual?
A: The Axis Scientific Tibia bone model does not come with a product manual. But if you want to learn more about the bones or are looking for a product that includes a great study guide, the Axis Scientific Classic Human Skeleton might be better!

Q: Is this waterproof?
A: The Tibia bone model is made from a durable, PVC-based plastic. While it can get wet, we don't recommend keeping it submerged or wet for too long, since this can degrade the integrity of the material. 


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Warranty Information

Axis Scientific
Warranty Period: 3 Years
Quality You Can Trust

Virtually unique among anatomical model manufacturers, Axis Scientific does not require you to send back your model for inspection before a replacement or refund is issued. You also will not pay to return a defective product or incur unnecessary additional shipping charges before you get a replacement. Axis Scientific guarantees you will get a replacement under the standard Three Year Warranty.

What the Warranty Covers

Axis Scientific builds durable products that are made to last and understands how hectic life can be and that is why we are always here to help.

  • If at any time during this warranty period your Axis Scientific model does not live up to its guarantee of quality, we will repair or replace the model.
  • Here is what’s covered:
    • If your anatomical model breaks or significantly degrades from normal everyday use, defined as:
      • Display, disassembly, and reassembly of parts designed to be removed from the model.
      • Functionality, such as rotation or flexion, within the range of natural movement of the human body.
      • Indoor use without extreme exposure to UV light, heat or cold.
      • Care and storage in accordance with the Axis Scientific Care & Maintenance Guide.
    • If your anatomical model does not perform as described.
  • If you lose a part or hardware, we will help you find a replacement (shipping costs may apply).

Warranty Limitations

Axis Scientific stands by its products and is proud to know that clients use them in a variety of settings, including doctor’s offices, in the lab and even in art studios. Because this product fits a variety of applications, unfortunately, the warranty does have some limitations.

  • We cannot cover misuse, improper storage, mishandling, or mistreatment under warranty. Because we provide models for education, repurposing models for use outside of demonstration, such as mechanical testing, device validation, or other clinical applications outside of education, the warranty shall be voided. Examples include:
    • Dropping your anatomical model.
    • Improper cleaning or storage of your anatomical model.
    • Modifications to the product, such as markings, additional or negated hardware, drilling, cutting, or otherwise altering your anatomical model.
    • Excessive stress on functional parts, such as vertebral stress or joint over-extension.
  • Damage due to negligence, theft, property damage, or the like are not covered by the Axis Scientific warranty.
  • While we will always be here to support you, we cannot provide customers with a return label for any products shipped to a location outside of the United States.

How to File a Warranty Claim

Our dedicated Customer Service team is available to help over phone, email or chat and we will work with you to find the most cost and time effective solution that suits your needs.

  • The best way to protect your purchase is to register your product online right when you receive it, so you never have to worry about losing the receipt or contacting us outside of the warranty period. Visit this page to register your product under warranty. You will need to provide the following information:
    • First and Last Name
    • Email Address
    • Place of Purchase
    • Order Number
    • Date of Purchase
  • Customer must provide proof of purchase alongside any claim of defect, or warranty cannot be honored. This ensures the authenticity of the model.
  • Photographs must be provided when a warranty claim is made, indicating the defect in the model and the current condition of the model before it is retrieved by Axis Scientific.
  • All decisions regarding warranty matters shall be at the sole discretion of Axis Scientific or its Authorized Dealers.
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Additional Information

Best Uses:
Medical Education, Patient Consultation, Medical Illustration
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Not a chew toy

    Posted by Hallie H on May 30th 2018

    Afraid if I bring this thing home my dog will try to bury it. But at least for the price I could buy a few...

  • 5
    Very Real

    Posted by Chadwick M. on Jan 17th 2016

    This unusual model of a Tibia bone is for my class. I’m amazed the way it is made because is has the realistic textures and landmarks of a bone. This is a very good sample for our lecture.

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