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Re: LG PF50

Post by Mr_Lafuente » 22 Jan 2020, 21:17

mading wrote:
22 Jan 2020, 21:03
I would like to compare it to the PF1500.
A trial from Amazon could be a good option.
For now I'm happy for using the PF50 for netflix!
The PF1500 is discontinued and the used ones i found (here in brazil) are insane expensive for it's age, like 1000 USD. I can get a brand new PF50 for half of this price in Paraguay.
I think i will replicate you rig, mading.
Thanks again!

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Re: LG PF50

Post by mading » 22 Jan 2020, 22:06

Micr0 wrote:
22 Jan 2020, 16:04
..can you try scanning that piece with fewer individual scans? The topology of the violin is fairly simple so you should be able to reduce the number of individual scans you need. that may also help with the surface quality. Please keep us posted a on tweaking things I look forward to hearing about your results.
Thanks Micro, seeing improvements it's a good thing.
This part is already glued to the rest of the instrument! :lol:
I hope I can do a one-shot on the body with (or without) the neck.
HP 3D scan, Acer K132, LG PF50, 2x DMK23UX236, 2xComputar M1214, David Calibration panels, Melamine panels, DIY rotary table

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Re: LG PF50

Post by OBNRacerMan » 22 Jan 2020, 23:04

mading wrote:
22 Jan 2020, 21:00
minimum distance 41 cm ca.

minimum screen size 18x32 ca.
Thanks. It seems that scanning small objects (such as coins or magnets on a refrigerator) with such a projection size will be extremely difficult ...
But, if you look from the other side - at such a great distance there should be a very good depth of field (for me, at short distances for macro scanning) it should be no more than 20-40 mm - this also creates certain problems.

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