Inspire is a lovely little thing and from my time with it, a perfect introduction to scanning. The results you can get with it with very little practice are fantastic, and at the price-point it’s launching at on Kickstarter it significantly lowers the cost of entry to this fantastic hobby.
Revopoint have knocked it out of the park… again.
First up, the David sculpture.
Next, I scanned a battery for my DJI Mini 3 Pro:
A battery for a power tool:
A really ugly soft toy
A power tool
I thought I’d try something really smooth so had a go at my headphones case:
Then, as a torture test, one of the earbuds. I’d normally use Mini for something this small but Inspire did really well.
I wanted to try something aluminium and shiny-ish. The spare clutch slave cylinder from my car seemed like a good idea:
Next up, the benchy of the scanning world. A shoe. The colour scan is only vertex colour as I had to do it in multiple sessions and merge.
Another power tool
And finally, a torture test. This a quick-change tool for my lathe. Very shiny with lots of angles. I think Inpire did really well here. The scan isn’t going to win a beauty contest but it’s dimentionally accurate and good enough to build CAD from.