01-22-2018 12:27 PM
I've got a David SLS-2 3D scanner with a David Cam 3.1 M. I'm trying to get a satisfying scan result for a few days now. To get started, I'v used a Lego Minifigure, but the quality of the scan is not what I expected. I'm sure there are some configuration errors I made, because I've seen much better result from people using the same hardware. Or is it a calibration error? I've attached a few screenshot. Any help or tip is appreciated.
01-22-2018 04:59 PM
Did you make the appropriate adjustments and calibration correctly?
There's nothing wrong with the connections, is there?
I think that you can access the information on setting, calibration and 3d scanning, from the content on the link.
Ali Osman GÜLER
01-23-2018 12:27 AM
I think I did set it up correctly. I watched some videos on youtube regarding the setup and did the calibration quite a few times. Thanks for the link, I have the original printed manual but will definately have a look at the online manuel. Maybe there are some updates.
How far away would you place the object from the camera? I think maybe the image or projected pattern isn't sharp enough.
Will try again this afternoon and post some updated pictures.
01-23-2018 03:36 AM
When you are fusing an object unthick the "close holes" option and increase resolution from 500 to at least 1000. I see that you made 24 scans in 360 degree cycle that could be too much, try with 6 to 8 scans and compare results.
Your object should be on exact same plase where calibration corner was and pattern should be sharp.
Original David Team Member
01-25-2018 01:38 AM
I did some adjustments, tried different options while calibrating the scanner. The result is better, but not as good as I would like it to be. Is the 3.1 MP cam the limiting factor or should I be able to get better results using this setup?
I'm using the David turntable to automate the mentioned 24 scans. Shouldn't it be more accurate if I'm using more scans?
What can I do about the holes?
And are there any recommendations for a software to further process/edit the scan?
01-25-2018 12:08 PM
According to the first process, there is quite good progress.
But you should do better alignment. In part it is not correct alignment of the leg poses. Multiple scan exposures will not overlap, alignment in shape. When you do these things correctly you will get better results.
Ali Osman GÜLER