Ducati Scans

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Micr0
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Ducati Scans

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Here are a couple of screen grabs of a Ducati Penigale Head I scanned for a friend yesterday.
1 Ducati Penigali Cylinder Head 1-9-2020.jpg
2 Ducati Penigali Cylinder Head 1-9-2020.jpg
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Great scans. How many polygons did you get in the model?
(Yesterday I scanned the cover of a conventional electrical outlet - each of the 16 "raw" scans had about 3 million polygons)
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Uau!
If it's not a secret, why did your friend wanted a scan? For creating something around it?
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mading wrote: 10 Jan 2020, 21:11 Uau!
If it's not a secret, why did your friend wanted a scan? For creating something around it?

Not a secret. I'm helping him with this:

https://moto2-usa.blogspot.com/
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OBNRacerMan wrote: 10 Jan 2020, 15:57 Great scans. How many polygons did you get in the model?
(Yesterday I scanned the cover of a conventional electrical outlet - each of the 16 "raw" scans had about 3 million polygons)
I haven't imported these scans into any other, and I don't know how to get a poly count from David. Never tried before. Decimated the file was about 100mb. That said, David's decimation routine is extremely primitive. Geomagic has a lot of intelligence and control built in to decimation. I'm going to try mesh mixer when I get the chance.
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2 Ducati Penigale Throttle 1-9-2020.jpg
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Micr0 wrote: 10 Jan 2020, 21:24 and I don't know how to get a poly count from David
HP3Dscan has a small button showing the properties of an object (or detailed information on several objects, if selected)
small blue button
small blue button
properties of a large number of objects
properties of a large number of objects
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Thanks for pointing out this.
I use GOM inspect for decimation. Far better than HP3D, and according to a colleague easier than Geomagic and with more consistent results. And free.
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Really nice scans of nice objects.

Testastretta Evo (?)

Thanks for showing!
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And the projects are incredible, also!
HP 3D scan, LG PF50, LG PF1500 David Calibration panels, Melamine panels, DIY rotary table. RangeVision DIY: 2x DahengMer630, 2X12 and 2X16 mm 5Mp ZK lenses, RV turntable
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