I am trying to estimate the cross-sectional thickness of the hollow struts of open-cell iron foams using BoneJ plugin in fiji. I use a stack of micro-CT slices as input and choose the trabecular thickness (Tb.Th) measurement option in BoneJ. However, the measured thickness values should not be very accurate, as the struts are not oriented normal to the slice planes. So, it would be more accurate if I introduce the 3D model_created by the same slices_ to BoneJ so it estimate the strut thicknesses directly from the volume without considering the orientation of the struts (for example, by fitting spheres inside the structure). I tried to use the 3D model created by 3D-view plugin, but, apparently, BoneJ does not read it. Is it possible for BoneJ to read a 3D model reconstructed by 2D slices? I appreciate your inputs.