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Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Nov 2019, 20:48
by OBNRacerMan
martan wrote:
08 Nov 2019, 11:48
... for 300 Euros / 12pcs ...
It’s a pity that this is only slightly less than my monthly salary ... :(

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 15 Jan 2020, 22:04
by Mr_Lafuente
I use PlastiDip. Its easy to peal off and its not expensive:

https://youtu.be/sIUbG4f2tMw?t=86

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 16 Jan 2020, 01:00
by Micr0
Mr_Lafuente wrote:
15 Jan 2020, 22:04
I use PlastiDip. Its easy to peal off and its not expensive:

https://youtu.be/sIUbG4f2tMw?t=86
The problem with plastidip is that it's thick and distorts the dimensions and sharp feature of the part you are trying to scan. Ideally with scanning spray you want a very light dusting.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 16 Jan 2020, 16:54
by OBNRacerMan
Micr0 wrote:
16 Jan 2020, 01:00
The problem with plastidip is that it's thick and distorts the dimensions and sharp feature of the part you are trying to scan. Ideally with scanning spray you want a very light dusting.
I completely agree - the other day I had to scan a large semi-precious stone for the ring (it has a not quite standard shape, and it was very difficult to measure everything exactly), and due to the absence of any spray, I smeared it with a white “corrector for correction text on paper "- at least the form turned out (which I needed), and the edges are poorly visible.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Apr 2020, 16:21
by Mr_Lafuente
I just found this thread on Reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/3DScanning/com ... d/d1fl4lp/

kodex1717 seem to have tried some diferent ones and said about this Spotcheck SKD-S2 Developer by Magnaflux, wich surprisely is very cheap in my country. I paid 15 USD for a can. Will try it next week.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 26 Apr 2020, 03:53
by Micr0
Mr_Lafuente wrote:
24 Apr 2020, 16:21
I just found this thread on Reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/3DScanning/com ... d/d1fl4lp/

kodex1717 seem to have tried some diferent ones and said about this Spotcheck SKD-S2 Developer by Magnaflux, wich surprisely is very cheap in my country. I paid 15 USD for a can. Will try it next week.
That"s the stuff I use. Works well. don't spray it on too heavy. it's easy to think you haven't sprayed enough, spray more and realize when it dries that you oversprayed. It can be then a bit difficult to get it completely off. It tends to like to stay in the nooks and cracks.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Jun 2020, 09:54
by ibhurln
ive tried anti-fungal/athlete's foot spray that works really well for smaller scans and is cheap.

For larger scans, i use an automotive style HVLP paint gun with a mixture of baby powder and rubbing alcohol.

The alcohol evaporates immediately leaving the fine white powder behind. It only takes a light dusting to get great scans.

The only downside is washing or blowing the powder off when you are done.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Jul 2020, 17:47
by bigbomber
Does anyone know if PT Developer spray is harmful for human or not?
what kind of material is it made?

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Jul 2020, 19:47
by Micr0
bigbomber wrote:
24 Jul 2020, 17:47
Does anyone know if PT Developer spray is harmful for human or not?
what kind of material is it made?
Hey Bomber.
Where have you been?

If you go to mcmastercarr.com, search for developer. They have a link to the MSDS.

Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Posted: 24 Jul 2020, 20:17
by bigbomber
Micr0 wrote:
24 Jul 2020, 19:47
bigbomber wrote:
24 Jul 2020, 17:47
Does anyone know if PT Developer spray is harmful for human or not?
what kind of material is it made?
Hey Bomber.
Where have you been?

If you go to mcmastercarr.com, search for developer. They have a link to the MSDS.
Hi dear Friend. I'm So busy these days.
Thank you for your info.
Actually I use developer spray for vanishing. but I'm afraid about this white powder.