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Good Job. It reminds me of a dystopian sci-fi I read once where future people are mining landfills to retrieve plastics to sell to the plastic smiths.
Ba-dum-tsss . Mister Andy Cohen. He'll be here all week folks
THX to shapespeare and a little help from my friends!
Actually it is useful. The version you can download and 3d print at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1146971 has a hidden keyhole hanger on the back which allows you to hang it on a real drywall screw. It gives the appearance of an enormous drywall screw which you can hang your coat on.
Thanks for the fix. I hope this works for people.
The standard version works fine for this. There are a few features in the pro version which could be useful, but they aren't worth the price for most of us.
The scan produces a 3d mesh which with the right software can be used to produce a CNC tool path. I do it all the time with my 3d printers. But there is no reason you can't use it to program another CNC machine.
The photogrammetry software will handle any set of photos you hand it. You could easily enough add another axis to the scanner hardware although it doesn't really need it. It is easy enough to reposition the camera manually between passes. If you decide to try please let us know how it works.
Excellent job! You are good to point out that welding thin stainless is a huge PITA. Next time try food-safe silver solder. It is much easier to work with because you can't melt the base metal. And unlike welding, silver solder wants to make airtight joints. Or you can get yourself a stainless pressure cooker at a thrift store.
Warping infinity mirror
Thanks. I did a model of my house where you can see the difference between my truck and my wife's car parked in the driveway. LIDAR is amazing stuff.
Nothing really presentable yet, but I haven't spent much time on it. Depth of field is the big issue. Focus stacking helps but doesn't always play well with the software.
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