DCE MRI plays a critical role in routine clinical breast examination. Current work focuses on the development of Breast DCE MRI phantom using a 3D printer to mimic poor and well perfused regions. The phantom developed was controlled through user entered Ktrans values entered in a GUI which interfaced with a peristaltic pump to control flow rates. The Kep parameters was controlled through the 3D model geometry. Prospective MR images of the phantom were acquired on a 1.5T scanner using the TRICKS sequence; and pharmacokinetic maps based on Tofts model were computed and quantified.