Eugene3D | SHOWCASE | Revopoint MINI 2 3D Scanner

Hello everyone!
It’s a 3D-scanning time!
Are you ready for it?
Here i’ll publish my first scans with a MINI 2 3D-scanner.

If you like my showcases, you can support me and buy Mini 2 by the links below:
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I want to start with an easily recognizable thing - it is airpods.
First of all, i want to focus you on precision of a MINI 2. So, let’s chek our dimensions:


It is 5.75mm.

Here you can see a 3D-scanned with MINI 2 Model:

And here i checked this dimension in software:


WOW! It’s 5.7573!

Now i am hesitate, what tool is more accurate, my 0.05mm graded caliper or a MINI2 with it’s 0.02 single shot precision?

The next one is a pendant in the shape of a dragon wing.

I did make two scans and then, i combined them in Revo Scan 5.4.2 software

Then i made a mesh model

And cleaned up in Meshmixer

Here you can see a dimensions measured by a caliper and in a software:

This model could be used for 3D-printing in a castable resin.

Logitech Pebble M350 Casing.
I made a scan of top and bottom parts.


Mouse width measured by a caliper is 58.85mm

3D-Models.
Bottom part:


Top part:


After scanning process and merging, i cleaned models in the Meshmixer.

Now, we are ready to make a measurements:

Model width was measured in meshmixer and it is 58.85752mm.

It differ from a caliper value by 58.85752-58.85 = 0.00752mm

3D Scanning an assembly of a lego gears.
For the time economy, i put three different gears on a shaft and made a scan of the assembly.
I didn’t use any mating spray on it. Here is a setup:


Here is a model:

Here is a black object. It is a tire from a toy car.
I put some mating spray on it.

The result:

This is a drone Impeller. It is tiny and it has a complex surface. Lets scan it!

I made a two different scans and merged them by points in a Revo Scan software.

Here is a model.

Reverse engineering:



And the last - it is recreation in a nylon like resin on mSLA 3D-printer:


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The next one scan - it is a 3/4 adapter for a manometer.

I measured a 24.05mm distance with a caliper.

Here is a scanning process:

I made two scans and merged them:

Look at this! It captured an inner surface very well!

And here are dimensions measured in the software:

24.05mm was measured by a caliper
24.02mm was measured in a software

If you impressed with the MINI 2 accuracy, you could buy it here:
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3D-Scanning and 3D printing a door keys.
Here is a scanning process:

The result:


I recreated them in a nylon like resin on a mSLA 3D printer:

And yeah, they are able to open a door!

Using MINI 2 for reverse engineering a small gear for a rare actuator.
3D scanning process:

Measuring of the shaft with a caliper:


It is between 2.1 and 2.15mm.

I made two models and merged them in a Revo Scan 5.4.2

The result:

Measuring a shaft in a software:


It is 2.116mm.

Reverse engineered model:

3D printed in a nylon like resin:

Installed into a reductor:

Dimension accuracy is perfect!
Measured by a caliper diameter is 2.1-2.15mm
Software shows 2.116mm.

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3D Scanning a skull from a medical university.


To be or not to be that is the question!

I put it on a transparent holder that is invisible for a 3D-scanner.

Most difficult part of a scanning was to get a perfect scanning distance. Most of the time i hold scanner manually and tried to reach “excellent” zone.

And here are the results.
General views:





Upper jaw and teeth:


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Here is a synthes medical gearbox housing.


I put a mating spray on it (IPA+powder).

3D-scanning in a feature mode:

As you can see, there is only a small amount of powder on a model surface. But, mini 2 is able to capture details without a problems.

The result:

As you can see, MINI 2 was able to capture a thread:

And here are dimension comparisons.

Measured by a caliper:


Width = 26.9mm

Measured in a software:


Width = 26.9008mm
Difference = 26.9008-26.9 = 0.008mm!!!

Measured by a caliper:


Diameter is 7.9mm

Measured in a software:


Diameter is 7,845mm
Difference = 7.9-7.845 = 0,055mm!!!

This is really amazing accuracy!

If you like my showcases, you can support me and buy Mini 2 by the links below:
Global: https://bit.ly/4bg9Kir
US: https://bit.ly/4bdH9uc

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Incredible results, just what you need when working with small objects.

How are the initial fused point clouds coming out? Are they relatively clean or do they require some work?

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Thanks! It strongly depends on distance and model shape. On my opinion, point clouds are much cleaner than what i got with mini-1. So, yes, models are relatively clean.

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Man, I take a week off to be sick, and come back to see this showcase blowing my mind.

These are incredible scans, man. Fantastic work!

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Thank you! I tried to do my best!