below is the result of a “small” challenge (really unusual for me): 3D scanning with the MINI a paperclip. The wire diameter is 1.21mm.
First of all the reflective metal surface of the paperclip was prepared by spraying Aesub.
I vertically blocked the paperclip with plastic clothespin, placing it on the turntable. the plastic Clothespin holds the paperclip vertically, and facilitates tracking.
I did two full rotations by changing the angle of the MINI (mode: Feature - High Accuracy. Fusing Point Cloud: 0,02 mm)
The two separate scans were merged with Revo Studio.
Then the Point Cloud has meshed.
Below is the result.
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as promised I will post the result of the scan of a 72 cm tall sculpture, completely made with the
MINI. I made a series of scans (0.02 resolution) which I then merged into Meshlab and meshed with CloudCompare. The model obtained rather large (over 4 million points) but the result satisfies me.
As you can see the porous, eroded, wrinkled surface has been acquired by the scanner. The fine details of the surface modeling are recorded in the 3D model.
Below is the result:
Great Davide , next challenge a sewing needle , I got needle at 0.80-0.70mm wide .
This is amazing! We will add it on our KS page. Thank you for your effort.
That is impressive. Great job.