violin part

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mading
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violin part

Post by mading » 07 Apr 2018, 19:37

Hi there.
My last scan.
220 mm panel. DMK UX236, k132, 12 mm computar. RMS 0.099..
13 scans, Fusion 3000-2.
Object is 355 mm long.
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mading
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Re: violin part

Post by mading » 07 Apr 2018, 20:04

the top part:
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Micr0
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Re: violin part

Post by Micr0 » 08 Apr 2018, 13:23

These are OK, But I think you are reading the wrong RMS value. In the debug console there are a number of parameters that have RMS values. The one we are interested is an aggregate value. I'm not near my scanning computer so I can open the window and give you a better a better description right now. With an RMS value below .2 your scans should be aligning better than what you are showing in the pictures. This scan was done with a calibration that returned values in the .18 range.

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mading
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Re: violin part

Post by mading » 09 Apr 2018, 18:35

Wood has not an homogeneus texture. Variation in refration index according to the fiber direction results in anisotropic behaviour to the incident light.
Using textures for alignement gave me not always good results.
Surface features helped me when textures gave ambiguous results.

RMS Is calculated as in the old discussions.
After "setup is inner corner".
I found this value to be minimum when panels are front tacong the camera. Tilting panels will results in higher RMS.

I wabt to improve two aspects:
-Vertical stripes
-Alignement

Will give a try to a cosmicar 8.5 and build 160 mm panels, in order to check the effect of relative dimensions of projector and camera pixels, and improve accuracy for this object size.

Will be grateful if somebody using non-hp hw will suggest me how to reduce stripes.

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