I took a video of the behavior, it seem mini is constantly loosing tracking - event on low speed it jump all over the place, on the scan which make a weird bubblie scan. Pop 2 doesnt do that at all on the same rig.
I changed ligth and all same behavior. So what seem to be the problem ?
spec: using a PC laptop connected with USB 3 -
Intel(R) Core™ i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20 GHz
32.0 GB (31.8 GB usable)
I’d like to say mine is the same - in actual fact it’s worse. I haven’t had a decent scan from the mini using the turntable and revoscan (20220909c). I can see it losing track a few seconds into the scan. Very disappointing, obviously needs a lot more work before this product is ready for prime time.
I couldnt get a scan of the included bust using the turntable, so someone suggest hand holding the revo mini but still using the turntable, that worked out a lot better, I think the slight movement of the revo mini actually helped it keep track, just a guess though?
I often have the same experience, especially when I am scanning an object that has 2 degrees of symmetry (like a bowl). With the POP 2, scanning one rotation results with the end of the scan above the beginning, but fusing usually fixes that.
like you see it mostly average with alot of artefac probably caused by the point offsetting every now and then. Its scan but its not qualtity scan, Pop2 give me a much more better result with the same objet.
I dont seem to find the new calibration sotfware, and like everyone said the old one doesnt work.
That is very bad result you got there , not good at all .
If Calibration don’t helps , please contact the Customer support via email showing them your results .
I use MINI for months and I never saw so bad results yet after meshing , definitely something is not right here .
The new calibration software is posted in the forum .
Yes it looks a lot better already , I had to recalibrate my device as well , it was 0.2800 off … now 0.0235
But don’t let it drive your crazy , your calibration results are excellent I would not bother again until you experiencing problems again .
if you want to have the best sharpness, keep the distance of the object at 10cm from the scanner , there will be huge difference between 10 cm vs 20 cm distance in fine details . The line between “to near/Excellent” is the best spot . “Excellent/ good” will produce less details but still accurate volume .
Just play more with it to see how it works .
The jumps are only in the preview when it try to go back to original position , it was always like that , and if you use Dual Axis TT you will experience little more of that in the process since the object changing it’s original pivot while tilting . It is all ok .