HE3D Open Source Ciclop DIY 3D systems Scanner Kit for 3D printer advanced laser scanner , Injection molding plastics parts

This Scanner is easy to scan:
1, object space volume is bigger than 5*5cm
2, object space volume is smaller than 20.3cm*20.3cm
3. object weight is less than 3kgs
4. still object
5. opaque object
FAQ: which things are hard to scan or can not scan ?
1.object space volume is smaller than 5*5cm
2.transparent oject (glass or organic plastics)
3.luminous object or highly reflective objects
4.dark object and fuzzy object(such as plush toys )
5.object space volume is bigger than 20.3*20.3cm
6.object weight is more than 3kgs
7.moving object

Product Features

  • Totally open source 3D scanner for 3D printing , free to get the software
  • Easy to assemble and use
  • Full kits, it include all the parts for the scanner
  • Injection molding red plastics parts, not printed! that make the scanner more beatiful, you won’t encouter the problem caused by not precision size
  • Upgrade to new intergrated motherboard

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2 thoughts on “HE3D Open Source Ciclop DIY 3D systems Scanner Kit for 3D printer advanced laser scanner , Injection molding plastics parts”

  1. Not Happy – hours on end of attempts and still not 1 valid scan. The build of the product is very good. There are absolutely no directions that come with the scanner. There is a HE3D youtube video for assembly. Building this, I would absolutely line up the bolts to the end of the rods as a way to ensure some type of accuracy. Setting the laser can be tricky. I set the laser to the opening of the red bracket using the tip of the arrow on the label.I am using a mac, (sierra OS). If you manage to locate the Horus (bq) wiki, and work out that the FTDI…

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