Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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Alonso
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Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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After spending all last week getting acquainted with FlexScan3D and constantly tweaking my hardware, I feel this is worthy of sharing
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martan
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Very nice indeed!
HP 3D Scan, Optoma ML750, 2x IS DMK 23UX236 with Computar 12mm, HP calibration panel, DIY Rotary tables.
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Good job!
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You're proud of this??... :o

Just kidding of course, nice work! - Learning quick!
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Re: Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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Alonso wrote: 08 Feb 2021, 19:51 After spending all last week getting acquainted with FlexScan3D and constantly tweaking my hardware, I feel this is worthy of sharing

Beautiful!
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Alonso
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Thanks everyone!
contactpolyga wrote: 08 Feb 2021, 22:10 You're proud of this??... :o

Just kidding of course, nice work! - Learning quick!
Ha! Thanks!

With HP3dscan I DID NOT look forward to fusing the scans together. There was nothing worse than getting to the end only to find out your scans don't quite fit together 100%. Not to mention how time consuming the process was.

With FlexScan3D, I now look forward to finalizing my scans. After learning the keyboard shortcuts and the workflow when working with meshes, the process is actually enjoyable and productive.

Good job Polyga! 👍
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Great job Alonso!
HP 3D scan, Acer K132, LG PF50, 2x DMK23UX236, 2xComputar M1214, 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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Re: Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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Alonso wrote: 09 Feb 2021, 01:18 Thanks everyone!
Ha! Thanks!

With HP3dscan I DID NOT look forward to fusing the scans together. There was nothing worse than getting to the end only to find out your scans don't quite fit together 100%. Not to mention how time consuming the process was.

With FlexScan3D, I now look forward to finalizing my scans. After learning the keyboard shortcuts and the workflow when working with meshes, the process is actually enjoyable and productive.

Good job Polyga! 👍
Hi
Can I know about your Hardware: PC, Cameras, Projector and calibration Panel
Alonso
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Re: Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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bigbomber wrote: 09 Feb 2021, 10:27 Hi
Can I know about your Hardware: PC, Cameras, Projector and calibration Panel
Custom pc based on 9600k processor, 1080p dlp projector, 3mp cameras with global shutter.

As for the calibration panel, it's just a 15mm calibration pattern that I printed at work then taped onto a piece of glass 🤣

Eventually I'll get a proper calibration panel from Polyga
mading
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Re: Turbine housing scanned with FlexScan3D

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Hi Alonso. Thanks for sharing.
I would be interested in which kind of cameras. IS?
HP 3D scan, Acer K132, LG PF50, 2x DMK23UX236, 2xComputar M1214, 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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