Are you using the old NextEngine or the Ultra? Since you are scanning at a
small distance, make sure your scan setting is set to macro. Try fewer
divisions, around 8--too many divisions for small objects causes the
auto-alignment to not work. The NextEngine also has a hard time aligning
flat objects, so if the scans don't align within ScanStudio, you might have
to export them to Meshlab and align them. You can email me directly if you
want some help with Meshlab.
On Friday, November 10, 2017 at 6:25:14 PM UTC-5, Callie Diduck wrote:
> I am working with a NextEngine Laser scanner trying to create 3D models of
> Avonlea Projectile Points for my Masters Thesis. I am having difficulty
> with the scanner not being about to stitch the individual scans together to
> create a 3D model. I think I've tried just about everything I can think of
> to make it work but I still come up short.
> I am wondering if the problem is that the projectile points I am working
> with are just too small for the scanner to handle? The points range from 14
> to 23mm, and about 2-3mm thick.
> I have been able to scan points that are larger about 26 to 35mm in
> length, 6mm at their widest point and get a successful 3D model out of it.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> The settings I am using right now are a 360 scan, 14-16 divisions, 3.3
> thousand points per inch, neutral for colour, and a distance from the
> scanner of about 9.5 inches. I am covering the scanner completely with a
> card board box to ensure there is no change in light.
> Any help or suggestions would be great. I have been trying to make this
> work for the past 2 months.
> Callie Diduck
> Master's Candidate
> Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
> University of Saskatchwan
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