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Alignment scans are very long is very time consuming

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Hello,

 

I wish know if the team work on the alignment for reduce the time on the free alignment.

For one scan in extended view:

 

- alignement scan A > B : 50 seconds

- alignement group (scan A B) on last Group (2 scan grouped): 160 seconds

 

I use one z620 workstation with 2 processor E5 2650 - 32 Go DDR3.

I don't know if i mind the problem, but it is very ennuyous of wait in front of my screen.

 

The threads use the processor at 100%, and about 4.5Go of memory during the processus.hp3dscan memory.PNG

 

Thanks for reading.

 

 

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50 sec is long time to align two scans. Are you using turntable?

Can you try to make two simple scans with a lot overlaping for alignment and test how much does it take?

If you are using DAVID 5 please try to align with "use surface features" option on and off.

Please try to align objects in free alignment mode with "Contact Pair Selection" and compare your aligning times.

I am an HP Employee

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I have try your recommendation but the result is the same. 

 

I need 104 seconds for align this 2 scans (extend view result).

 

 

 

 

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Before alignement

scan before alignement

 

After 104 seconds

 

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