3D Scanning LabReport

3D Scanning LabReport - 3D Scanning Reverse Engineering and...

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3D Scanning, Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping Objective: The objective of this lab was to take three scans of an individuals face and create a prototype of the face using the software and tools stated under equipment. Equipment: The software we use was RealScan USB, SLIM, Catalyst, and Leios Mesh; a 3D printer, a laser scanner, and a laptop Procedure: Take Scans Clean scans Align scans Fill Holes Smooth Align Back Print
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The lab was started by taking three scans of the face using RealScan software which took about twenty to thirty minutes. Each scan was taken from 12 inches away from the face. Next the scans were imported into the Slim Tool Software so that each scan could be cleaned up. After being cleaned up, the scans were then merged together. Then the alignment process took place. This is where three points had to be matched up so that the scans would connect and look like only one scan. Next, create an overall script of the aligned scans and import it to Leio’s Mesh. This is where all the many holes had to be
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course COMP 1103 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Kennesaw.

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