DIY 3D Scanner

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DIY 3D Scanner by SuperMakeSomething Mar 14, 2016
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Get started on making your own 3D Scanner with these STL files! A full set of instructions is available in Super Make Something Episode 8!

You will need to print the following components:

1x scannerBase
2x stepperMountingPlate
1x shaftCoupler
1x carriage
1x constrainingPlate
1x turntable

For a full set of instructions, check out: https://youtu.be/-qeD2__yK4c

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If i may ask what material did you use abs or pla? , how many top and bottom layers? , how many vertical shells? and how much infill?

Do you have all the materials for the construction of the scanner?

I am interested in this project

Definitely! The components list for the parts needed to make the 3D Scanner can be found in the YouTube video description.

Please let me know how your scanner turns out once you complete it!

OK perfect, but
some pieces can not find them. Your me you can sell ?

Hello I have a question