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  • Charm and Coins 3d laser scanning

    Recently, i received a charm from Bryan enclosed in a beautiful postal card for 3D laser scanning. It was so small and complicated. It took 10 High Resolution scans to get the 3D model.
    The charm dimension is 10.8mm x 18.8mm x2.5mm.

    Also some coins i scanned my brother brought from England
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    http://my-woodcarving.blogspot.com/
    http://free3dscans.blogspot.com/

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    Nice job Khalid. I have been looking at adding the 3D scanning to my CNC router also but I have not decided if I want the laser or the touch probe. Then again since I am never home to use the thing I probably don't need either. I'm sure you did your research but if I may ask why did you choose laser over probe?
    Tim

    In God we trust, all others must pay cash!

    I don't want no bargains, they always cost me more money.

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      Originally posted by evilbadger View Post
      Nice job Khalid. I have been looking at adding the 3D scanning to my CNC router also but I have not decided if I want the laser or the touch probe. Then again since I am never home to use the thing I probably don't need either. I'm sure you did your research but if I may ask why did you choose laser over probe?
      The Laser is fast and produce good results...i have no experience of using probe so can't say anything..

      I chose Laser because of visiting the website of "David Laser Scanner"... I have seen quite amazing results their.. Currently the new version of software supports structure light scanning that is quite fast..

      I can move my scanner at any location and scan but using probe you have to move the object on the table of your CNC...
      http://my-woodcarving.blogspot.com/
      http://free3dscans.blogspot.com/

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