I am new to the Revopoint community, I just got my first revopoint Range last month and try to play with it.
I am struggling with how to scan the leather grain, the quality of the grain is not clear as I wanted. Is there anyone in the community know how to do it properly?
Hi Andy ,
For a clear leather grain you need a scanner with at least 0.05mm accuracy like POP3 …
Range accuracy is too low for that kind of details … but
If you keep RANGE at the closed distance then you may get better results , but the distance need to be consistent while scanning , once you get far away the details will change , so best option is to keep it steady at the same distance at the minimum allowed in high accuracy .
Just don’t expect sharp relief … RANGE is made for scanning medium to big objects.
I scanned leather relief with MINI , it delivered sharp details 1:1 on my leather couch . But POP3 was not bad either.
like @PopUpTheVolume said, mini would be best for this or pop3 at least
Also for best detail:
- Set the minimum scan distance in revoscan to the scanner’s minimum.
- Set the maximum scan distance to the lowest value possible.
- Keep the scanner distance at the upper edge of best (green bars).
The larger the difference between the min/max value the lower the Z depth precision since the depth map is mapped out to 16bit values
That’s true @X3msnake
For scanning textures you need to move the scanner from point A to point B , not using turntables . The textures need to be flat on the same level surface and not scanning at any angle .
At the same distance for best result .