scan of a dental object using modified version of Flexscan3D

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greenskynet
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scan of a dental object using modified version of Flexscan3D

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hi everyone😍
Today I borrowed a dental object for scanning. Actually dental components is not the field of my job, and usually I do scan for industrial big objects (40cm up to 8 meter), but as I saw some interest about dental objects, I took a try for firs time.

I should mention that my hardware is not specialized for micro scanning and small object (for this dental object I put it about 80cm away from cameras, and I know this distance is too large for a small object), but with all of these restrictions I think I got a good result.

The following scan was done with two Logitech webcams and 12 mm lenses.

for more info about my modified version of Flex, please visit this topic: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2305

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Micr0
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Re: scan of a dental object using modified version of Flexscan3D

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greenskynet wrote: 23 Dec 2021, 17:11 hi everyone😍
Today I borrowed a dental object for scanning. Actually dental components is not the field of my job, and usually I do scan for industrial big objects (40cm up to 8 meter), but as I saw some interest about dental objects, I took a try for firs time.

I should mention that my hardware is not specialized for micro scanning and small object (for this dental object I put it about 80cm away from cameras, and I know this distance is too large for a small object), but with all of these restrictions I think I got a good result.

The following scan was done with two Logitech webcams and 12 mm lenses.

for more info about my modified version of Flex, please visit this topic: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2305


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Very nice for a couple of webcams.
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greenskynet
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Re: scan of a dental object using modified version of Flexscan3D

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Micr0 wrote: 30 Dec 2021, 16:35 Very nice for a couple of webcams.
I use webcam to demonstrate how my modified version can break certain limitations of other software and gets very good result by using only very cheap equipment.

But you can visit my telegram group and see how other users can get incredible perfect quality with David original cameras and also ELP cameras and ...

one of my clients is getting very perfect quality, and scan time for each single scan + alignment is about 6-8 second for him 😍😳😳😎. He is using David original cameras.
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