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Photogammetry, if done carefully - and the instructions here are good - is a very good alternative to laser scanning. I use photogammetry and like it a lot. Scanners that can capture a high (relative) level of detail is an expensive proposition. There are plenty of scanners for beginners and hobbyists well under a $1,000, even at or below $500. But more post-processing (editing) is required. That's a good learning experience as well, as skills develop, before committing to scanners over the $1,000 mark.
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I'll try my best to describe what a friend of mine did to deal with some of these sub-topic issues.He cut the angles on both the top AND bottom of the cleats. Then he simply cut lengths of wood with corresponding cuts to act as sliders between the rows of cleats. With this he could move these sliders to positions where the need for maintaining the space from the wall to the shelf/jig...... was desired. Seemed handy to me.
Very Cool;I've always dealt with these problems.Buying materials tonight!
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