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3d scanners

Posted by unfold 
3d scanners
February 03, 2009 04:23AM
Heres a list of free (as in free beer) or DIY 3d scanners:

I tried DAVID 3d and it works if you have a good setup (good cam, narrow laser) It can also stitch multiple scans

The open source tool [meshlab.sourceforge.net] works very well for optimizing 3d scan data. I use it to stitch mutiple scans into one model, close holes, smooth and simplify the mesh. Available for OSX, Win, Linux.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/03/2009 04:24AM by unfold.
found cheap 3d scanner
March 21, 2009 07:10PM
follow this link.


is this a solution to make a 3d copy machine?
Re: found cheap 3d scanner
May 19, 2009 06:49AM
The intricad system also saves to other formats, this can be handy when trying to post process or 3d print.

Besides the circuference scanner, i recently downloaded the alpha of a new project called GRASP. This is a topology scanner that I a lot easier to set up and use and use than the david
Re: 3d scanners
April 17, 2010 06:27PM
hey guys check this out [www.bestsoftware4download.com]
Re: 3d scanners
January 03, 2013 01:35PM
Here's one option for free/libre structured light scanning.. http://www.instructables.com/id/Structured-Light-3D-Scanning/

I love David-Laserscanner, just don't like the price and closed nature. Trying to plow through this paper right now... [www.rob.cs.tu-bs.de]
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