A few scans

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erol
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Re: A few scans

Post by erol » 21 Apr 2019, 18:39

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Micr0
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Re: A few scans

Post by Micr0 » 22 Apr 2019, 13:44

Those are very sharp scans. Have you looked at the RMS error value on your calibration. Just curious what numbers you get?
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erol
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Re: A few scans

Post by erol » 23 Apr 2019, 14:07

1. and 2. scan
The RMS error values are 0.16 - 0.18 and I used a 60mm calibration panel.

3.scan(gear)
RMS error values are 0.163 - 0.187 and I used 120mm calibration panel

erapip
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Re: A few scans

Post by erapip » 25 Apr 2019, 19:53

Nice scan erol. How do you align the two sides of the gear together. If possible to show some picture of the scan setup
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martan
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Re: A few scans

Post by martan » 30 Apr 2019, 04:32

Very nice!

Small "claydots" for alignment?

Martin in Sweden
HP 3D Scan, Optoma ML750, 2x IS DMK 23UX236 with Computar 12mm, HP calibration panel, DIY Rotary tables.

erol
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Re: A few scans

Post by erol » 01 May 2019, 17:00

Hello.
I did the gear scan 3 months ago, I don't have it right now.
This is the way I'm going to scan gear parts.
1. Scan the top surface
2. Position the piece upright and scan it 360 degrees and align it to the number 1 scan group.
3. Scan the bottom surface and align it to the scan group 2.

I put claydots on the top, bottom and sides of the object. I'll align the scans with claydots :D .

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