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Fusion-Problems with David SLS3 (HP 3D-)Scanner

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Hi,

 

all will work fine, but i can not Fusion it right. There are many troubles, but i hope, it is only a little problem...

I had bought an David 3D SLS-3 Scanner-Set. 

I had scanned a bad part, which I want to replace right with my 3D Printer.

If someone had an Idea or can help, it will be a great help! Is there a German Video Tutorial?

This will help very well, because my english is not so good... 

I had the file in my Dropbox

 

thanks for helping everyone!

 

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Has no one any idea, how I can make the Scan succesful?:mansad:

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Hello,
I think the content on the link gives you the necessary information.
However, it may be necessary to use a coating spray to obtain good quality scanning, depending on the surface condition of the part.
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Ali Osman GÜLER

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Your fusion result looks puffed up because of the close hole filter. Reduce this filter to soma values between 0 and 5% in your case and it will look much better.

I am not sure what material your object has, but maybe some coating spray will help with scan quality.

 

For test purposes you can scan something white and matte.

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Hello and thank you!
I still do not understand that, fill holes with 1%. smaller are only holes, bigger it gets worse.
It is a plastic part that I sprayed completely with white chalk spray.
I will try it now with gray plastic primer. White probably produces too many "highlights". There would probably be a soft light box, as you used when photographing, useful. This will make the light even in the room
distributed without creating "highlights" ...
But how does that work with the angles? Since I get nothing, no matter what I say at X / Y or Z or as an angle indicate ...
 
with regards,
 
Christian
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You are missing a lot of surface in your scans and software is trying to interpolate that because of the close holes filter. Try to take just a single scan and fuse it with close holes filter on 100%. You will get a clue what the problem is.

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