Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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greenskynet
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Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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Hi everyone
This is a simple scan of a small needle. I've scanned it with green light feature. It obviously enhances capturing quality. (green light and also blue light scanning is a nice feature available in modified version of FlexScan3D viewtopic.php?p=5189#p5189) 😍

The diameter of the needle is about 0.67mm and the width of the hole is about 0.3mm.
I should mention than my equipment is not perfect for macro scanning, but you can see that the result is promising 😎

Please visit my Telegram group to see more scan results: https://t.me/DIY_3D_Scanner

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Re: Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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This is really cool, I have to admit. Well-done. I like reading about 3Sacnning, its tools, its methods, and how it is carried out. On a website named Trevilla Engineering & Design, I've read a lot of articles regarding 3D scanning. Their 3D engineering work is pretty impressive. You must look into it.
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Re: Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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greenskynet wrote: ↑11 Dec 2022, 18:45 Hi everyone
This is a simple scan of a small needle. I've scanned it with green light feature. It obviously enhances capturing quality. (green light and also blue light scanning is a nice feature available in modified version of FlexScan3D viewtopic.php?p=5189#p5189) 😍

The diameter of the needle is about 0.67mm and the width of the hole is about 0.3mm.
I should mention than my equipment is not perfect for macro scanning, but you can see that the result is promising 😎

Please visit my Telegram group to see more scan results: https://t.me/DIY_3D_Scanner


D1.jpg
D2.jpg
D3.jpg
Very cool. can you post a picture set up for scanning that?
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Re: Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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Micr0 wrote: ↑20 Jan 2023, 16:11
greenskynet wrote: ↑11 Dec 2022, 18:45 Hi everyone
This is a simple scan of a small needle. I've scanned it with green light feature. It obviously enhances capturing quality. (green light and also blue light scanning is a nice feature available in modified version of FlexScan3D viewtopic.php?p=5189#p5189) 😍

The diameter of the needle is about 0.67mm and the width of the hole is about 0.3mm.
I should mention than my equipment is not perfect for macro scanning, but you can see that the result is promising 😎

Please visit my Telegram group to see more scan results: https://t.me/DIY_3D_Scanner


D1.jpg
D2.jpg
D3.jpg
Very cool. can you post a picture set up for scanning that?
Hi Micr0😍
I used Daheng MER2-630-60U3M cameras (6.3MP)
20mm lenses
and a Acer K137 projector
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Re: Macro scanning in Modified version of FlexScan3D (Needle)

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greenskynet wrote: ↑20 Jan 2023, 19:43
Micr0 wrote: ↑20 Jan 2023, 16:11
greenskynet wrote: ↑11 Dec 2022, 18:45 Hi everyone
This is a simple scan of a small needle. I've scanned it with green light feature. It obviously enhances capturing quality. (green light and also blue light scanning is a nice feature available in modified version of FlexScan3D viewtopic.php?p=5189#p5189) 😍

The diameter of the needle is about 0.67mm and the width of the hole is about 0.3mm.
I should mention than my equipment is not perfect for macro scanning, but you can see that the result is promising 😎

Please visit my Telegram group to see more scan results: https://t.me/DIY_3D_Scanner


D1.jpg
D2.jpg
D3.jpg
Very cool. can you post a picture set up for scanning that?
Hi Micr0😍
I used Daheng MER2-630-60U3M cameras (6.3MP)
20mm lenses
and a Acer K137 projector
Yes. I was hoping to see how you arrange your cameras and Projectors to be able to focus and scan something so small. I've always had a problem getting my cameras close enough to my projector and subject to be able to scan things smaller than 100mm.
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