Using Revopoint POP2 to Make Replacement Parts

People ask me all the time what you can do with the Revopoint POP 3D Scanner. My neighbor had a broken part off a 2HP 1700 RPM electric motor and wondered if I could scan and 3D print it. It took me about 1.5 hours to 3D scan and to do the CAD work. It was around an 8 hour print job. The results came out nice!

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So many talented people on this forum, Fantastic job !

This is great! I got the original POP for this purpose but it hasn’t worked out very well for me so far.

@nafis Great work Chris !

What is the program you used for reconstruction?
That measured the fins and disk?

I see now
Geomagic Design X