Ergonomic handgripp for Asus Xtion Pro Live

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Ergonomic handgripp for Asus Xtion Pro Live by thing6he Mar 16, 2013
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Ergonomic handgripp for Asus Xtion Pro Live for who, who want to use their Xtion as handheld 3D-Scaner. Made of 2 Half-Parts and 2 Pins to stick them together.


I made the Gripp of Black ABS. Printed with a layer high of 0,15mm. First try was worse because of immense warping of ABS.
Second I try with a 2 Layer thick 15mm raft to work against the warping and it has done very well.

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This fits the Primesense 1.09 scanner perfectly as well.

I have been looking into getting one of these to some 3d scans. have you played with 'reconstructme' using it? if so,. how is the resolution. I love the handle you made. I am sure it will be put on mine if I go this route.

No, I have not workd with "ReconstructMe". I use Scenect from Faro its free and has no scansize-limit (I scan whole buildings with this little scanner) the resolution is pretty good (+-5mm at a distance of 3m) but it is a lot of work to make a polygon-model out of the pointcloud. I m using meshlab for it.

Thank you. I went with Scanect as well. It supports using a cpu for the reconstruction. Though my PC has a decent GPU, my MS Surface Pro does not. By using Scanect, I am able to do fully portable scans using the tablet, which is something that was not possible using Reconstructme. I am still working on the learning curve thing with Meshlab.