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3D스캐너 아인스캔2X 사용후기!

3D스캐너 아인스캔2X로 타노스 스캔하기
핸디형 스캐너로 슥슥 스캔해주면 알아서 3D모델링 저장!

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김해솔 : 역시 오늘도 신기한 것 소개 감사합니다~
와코딩 : 3D스캐너 멋집니다~. 빨리 가격이 저렴해지는 날이 오길 바랍니다~
강이겸 Jayden Kang : 진짜 대박이네요!!!
리주네 LIJUNE : 신박하긴하네요 ㄷㄷㄷ
바느질여행 : 정말 신세계네요^^설치부터 차근차근 상세히 올려주시고..넘 가지고싶은 아이템이네요..그전에 3d프린터가 있어야겠죠? 3d프린터 꼭 당첨되어..아인스캔까지..

[STEP] 3D 스캐너의 이해와 활용 (무료강의)

3D 프린터 산업 분야 또는 3D 스캐너에 관심이 있는 누구나 수강 가능한 무료 강의

이 기술은 초기에는 군사적 목적으로 개발되었으나 현재 국내에서는 문화재 관리, 문화재 복원, 그리고 문화재 보존 등까지 여러 방면에서 다양하게 사용되고 있다.

바로 3D 스캐너 기술이다. 이미 산업현장에서 많은 방면에서 사용되고 있는 3D 스캐너는 개선방향이 많은 기술이기 때문에 블루오션이 될 수 있는 기술이라고 한다. 어떻게 기술이 발전해 나갈지에 대한 세계의 관심에 주목이 쏠리는 기술 중 하나이다.

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superdogmeatmeat : If it makes you feel any better, I value this video higher than the Tshirt cannon....
Antonin Besse : This is exactly what a good YouTube channel should be - delivering engaging, non clickbatey content about things viewers didn’t realise were interesting. Thanks Matt.
Kruglord : Hey man, great videos! I'm a geomatics engineer with a masters degree in optical metrology, specializing in digital imaging systems. This topic is RIGHT in my wheel house! First, great summary, there's very little I would add in the broad strokes.

On the topic of photogrammety, I have mixed feelings. For your use case, its would be possible to get sub-mm 3D models, but I doubt it would be worth your time. To do so, you would need a decent camera with a fixed focal length (i.e. at least a manual focus, no auto focus), you would need to calibrate the camera (it's possible to do that yourself, but it is very finicky, and easy to trick yourself you did a good job), and you would need to some kind of reliable scale reference. For us geos, we would probably use a total station to survey in a couple targets at the extreme extents of the measurement volume.

For better results you your scanners, you probably want more "registration features," which could be those white dots, but I personally have used ping ping balls with great success. They're light-weight, highly spherical, a consistent radius, and if you hit them with a bit of matte white, also have consistent illumination across their surface. You could probably hot glue, or even super-glue the on the surface of the engine for you models, then just knock them off when your done. Just be careful not to deform their shape when you glue them, neither through heat, chemistry nor pressure.


Also, **until you need to flip you engine over**, adding a nice checker-board pattern to your work bench would greatly improve your feature tracking, with no need for the ping pong balls. It's really important that during a scan, the subject (i.e. the engine) does not move relative to your registration targets (i.e. the check-board or the ping pong balls).

You could also put the two together, use the pattern on the bench to scan in each orientation, and use the ping pong balls to register each scan together after you flip it over.

Let me know if you have any quetsions. BTW, if you care to read it, I could link you my masters thesis, which features the ping pong balls in chapter 3
Collyn Falzitto : The shop I'm at got an EinScan for dirt cheap like 2500$ used. To be honest will never mess with a cheap scanner again. Mainly because the details are unmatched and the fact it can scan colors and even can pick up the masking marks from a paint job from 20 years ago.
Jared P : Somehow, you're already 3 steps ahead on everything I've attempted to understand. Thanks for the reassuring conclusion on the state of consumer 3D scanners, I was looking for the missing piece of the market for too long... It's looking like the Revopoint Pop 2 might bring the bar up a bit.

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