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deisel
28-08-2014, 11:47 AM
Ive been set on owning one of these or a variation for a few years now, one that fixes to the z axis of the router
last I checked the cheapest I could find that mounts to the router was around 2500/euros cant remember which,
that was a few years back and a bit rich for me.
is anyone using one on here?or no of anything cheaper,im hopeing the prices have come down a bit..
not interested in probes/david and the likes thanks.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwwN5yyyKHs

charlieuk
28-08-2014, 01:27 PM
very keen to hear any more about this, i looked into it a while back for scanning surfboards but since have devoted my time to building my router would love to hear if you find a cheaper option.

deisel
28-08-2014, 01:46 PM
very keen to hear any more about this, i looked into it a while back for scanning surfboards but since have devoted my time to building my router would love to hear if you find a cheaper option.
theres a link to the actual scanner below there about as cheap as it gets price wise far as a i can see.
ive not found any buyer/user feedback on them though.
http://www.prototools.co.uk/shop/customer/product.php?productid=18575&cat=0

EddyCurrent
28-08-2014, 02:21 PM
Any use ?
http://www.david-3d.com/

not laser scanning but interesting all the same

http://reconstructme.net/
http://alternativeto.net/software/reconstructme/
http://usa.autodesk.com/autodesk-123d/

deisel
28-08-2014, 02:50 PM
[QUOTE=EddyCurrent;61219]Any use ?
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no but thanks eddy like I said not interested in david and the likes.i did own the david usb version,and played around with the Kinect aswell as 123d.

EddyCurrent
28-08-2014, 02:55 PM
Sorry, I missed that line in your first post :stupid:

deisel
28-08-2014, 03:09 PM
Sorry, I missed that line in your first post :stupid:
no worrys im the biggest culprit for that,i spent a lot of hours on those you mentioned and I couldn't get close to what I needed,.ive not looked in on the david forum for a year or two,maybe things have come along since then.
that I linked to would do me if I could see a bit more of them in action or some feed back.thanks.

Jester
29-08-2014, 10:12 PM
I dont know if it helps but ive used two scanners in the past. One a line laser with a webcam which was ok but not brilliant and then secondly an xbox360 kinect with scanekt software. It works great especially with 3d sculptures like heads etc.
http://skanect.occipital.com/

deisel
30-08-2014, 11:46 AM
I dont know if it helps but ive used two scanners in the past. One a line laser with a webcam which was ok but not brilliant and then secondly an xbox360 kinect with scanekt software. It works great especially with 3d sculptures like heads etc.
http://skanect.occipital.com/
thanks jester like I said in the above posts ive done all that in the past.projectors, lasers,printing off calibration boards.kinect.. there not for me.
im after a commercial option that fits to the router exactly like that in the link and in that price range.
it looks like I will be going for that in the near future, ive found a company not too far from me sells the same scanner but the price isn't any better.
edited to say i just clicked on your link,that looks great,i couldn't get anything like that with mine but that was a couple of years back.
it looks like the softwares moved on a bit,thanks

charlieuk
30-08-2014, 02:02 PM
the david thing has changed a lot all so now but still i would prefer something direct on the cnc as for big object you are going to need a large clear empty space to set it all up in im assuming. I will have to see if there is any info in the surf world on what they are using. i saved this link a while back that some one gave me but i never looked into it

http://www.ifm.com/products/us/ds/O1D100.htm