Larynx has a complex structure with joints and multiple functions. In order to study the artificial larynx and artificial auricle scaffold, a three-dimensional digital model of laryngeal joint is established in this paper using MIMICS with its biomechanical properties analyzed and calculated by using the finite element method. This model is based on the CT scanned images of 281 layers with an interlamellar spacing of 1.25 mm. The obtained data are denoised, segmented and smoothed before being loaded into MIMICS. By further optimizations, an accurate and complete 3D model can be obtained. Subsequently, a 3D FEM of the normal larynx joint is performed which allows observations from any dimensions and angles. Compared with natural laryngeal joint, this model has good geometric similarity and mechanically similar throat voicing functions.