D3D Scanner - A high-res, open source hardware, structured-light, desktop 3D scanner
by VoxelMetric, published
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Automated desktop structured-light rig for use with David-Laserscanner SLS software.
Scan volume: 2" cubed - 1' cubed
Scan time: 15 seconds per face
Accuracy: +/- 0.005"
Cost of materials: Under $1,000
You need a sheet metal cutter (plasma or mill) and a brake to bend the pre-cut sheet metal.
We 3D-printed the "Turntable.stl" file on a CubeX.
The circuit diagram, Arduino code and electronic specs are found here... http://www.virtumake.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=8
Thanks Bernhard (aka Virtumake)!
D3D Scanner - A high-res, open source hardware, structured-light, desktop 3D scanner by VoxelMetric is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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