Anasazi37 Posted October 31, 2020 Share Posted October 31, 2020 17 minutes ago, jenius said: This is amazingly promising for lots of projects... I'm still waiting to make the 3d printing jump but looking forward too it more and more. Indeed. I primarily purchased the scanner so I could create a digital archive of my rare resin-cast 1/55 parts before I use them on projects. I held back on making the jump to 3D scanning and printing for many years because the accuracy of both pieces of equipment wasn't great. Now with relatively affordable desktop scanners and commercial printing services out there, both with accuracy in the 0.1mm range, I'm optimistic. It still helps to know what you're doing on the technology side, especially with point clouds and meshing, but the software is a lot more reliable and easier to use these days. Resin casting is still a fantastic option if you have the knowledge and equipment to do it right. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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