Vanishing Scanning Spray

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OBNRacerMan
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Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Post by OBNRacerMan » 24 Nov 2019, 20:48

martan wrote:
08 Nov 2019, 11:48
... for 300 Euros / 12pcs ...
It’s a pity that this is only slightly less than my monthly salary ... :(

Mr_Lafuente
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Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Post by Mr_Lafuente » 15 Jan 2020, 22:04

I use PlastiDip. Its easy to peal off and its not expensive:

https://youtu.be/sIUbG4f2tMw?t=86

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Micr0
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Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Post by Micr0 » 16 Jan 2020, 01:00

Mr_Lafuente wrote:
15 Jan 2020, 22:04
I use PlastiDip. Its easy to peal off and its not expensive:

https://youtu.be/sIUbG4f2tMw?t=86
The problem with plastidip is that it's thick and distorts the dimensions and sharp feature of the part you are trying to scan. Ideally with scanning spray you want a very light dusting.
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Re: Vanishing Scanning Spray

Post by OBNRacerMan » 16 Jan 2020, 16:54

Micr0 wrote:
16 Jan 2020, 01:00
The problem with plastidip is that it's thick and distorts the dimensions and sharp feature of the part you are trying to scan. Ideally with scanning spray you want a very light dusting.
I completely agree - the other day I had to scan a large semi-precious stone for the ring (it has a not quite standard shape, and it was very difficult to measure everything exactly), and due to the absence of any spray, I smeared it with a white “corrector for correction text on paper "- at least the form turned out (which I needed), and the edges are poorly visible.

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