3D Scanning

3D scanning is the process of analysing and capturing real-world objects to construct high resolution digital models. With the assistance of scanning software, cameras and light projectors are used to capture a range of information which is translated to digital point clouds, 3d surfaces and meshes.

Accessible to MADA Staff and Students, the HP 3D Structured Light Scanner Pro creates precise 360°, three dimensional models in minutes.

Note: All scanning, aligning and fusion of scanned objects must be completed using the DFab 3D Scanning computer.

3D Scan

Risk
Low 

Location
Caulfield
Building G 1.17 - 1.18

Training Required
General Access
3D Scanning Induction

Operation
User Operated

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The 3D Scanner must be booked whenever the machine & computer are in operation. All bookings for User Operated Equipment must be made using DFab's booing system Skedda

If you are unable to make a booking, this could be due to one of the following reasons...


Technology

Structured Light

Output

OBJ, PLY, STL, JPEG

Maximum Resolution

0.05mm Automated Turntable

Object Size

60 - 500 mm

Resolution

Up to 0.05% of scan size (maximum resolution 0.05 mm)

Mesh Density

Up to 2,300,000 vertices per scan

Extra Features

Dual Cameras

Automatic Turntable

Software Guide

Coming Soon


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