Of course, if your printer is polar, then you have nothing to worry cams have 50% of the sensors green 25% red 25 % blue...green gets you more pixels..your best bet is a monochrome cam and a blue laser (due to extreemly thin line compared to red or green).
ive seen scans of the surface of a penny with that kind of setup and the david software , that were incredible. I am from China,maybe you have hear it before,reading in English is rather hard for me.
This hand-assembly took place in one of two facilities, depending on the production date.
E28 M5s produced before September of 1986 were assembled at BMW Motorsport's original Preussenstrasse location near the BMW AG headquarters in Munich, while E28 M5s built beginning in 9/86 were assembled at the newly-opened BMW Motorsport headquarters in Garching, roughly 16 kms (10 miles) north-east of central Munich.
How exactly did you do that and is there a matlab code for it too ?? Thank you soo much =) I don't suppose there's a version available for mac x D Oh well. Also, do very sharp and sudden protrusions interfere with the interpretation? the scythe arm of a tyranid model lolive been researching this quite a bit.i am stil wondering if u can rotate the object your scanning while keeping the laser and cam in the same place ,while useing the david scanning software...got a blue line adjustable focus laser and a monochrome cam on order, and wondering if i should be building a turntable setup.....i want to put it into the ultimaker clone im building so u can scan and print in the same box...!!!
In theory, this would work regardless of which item was doing the actual rotating, so long as the direction is correct according to what the software is looking for.
Because the E28 M5 was hand-assembled, yet needed to be manufactured for the North American market in relatively large numbers within a relatively short amount of time, BMW of North America was forced to limit the model's specification to just two color schemes: Black (086) with a Natur (tan) leather interior and (officially for Canada only) Black (086) with a black leather interior. BMW Motorsport built five different versions of the E28 M5.Why are all North American-spec E28 M5s officially 1988 models if the last example was made in 1987? With the M5 originally intended to be a limited edition of 500 cars, and with the entire E28 range due to be replaced by the E, perhaps BMW of North America wanted to keep the E28 M5 exclusive by offering it only for the final 1988 model year.Also, it is worth noting that production of the other 1988 5 Series models began in early 1987, so the M5 preceeded these by only a few months.DC91: European-spec (LHD, non-catalyst), 10/1984 through 09/1987DC92: European-spec (RHD, non-catalyst), 03/1986 through 11/1987DC93: North American-spec (LHD, catalyst), 11/1986 through 11/1987DC93: Japan-spec (LHD, catalyst), 01/1987 through 03/1987DC98: South African-spec (RHD, non-catalyst), 06/1987 through 11/1988 What makes the E28 M5 unique?
The E28 M5 is the BMW Motorsport-developed version of the E28 5 Series.Position the video camera at a small angle (~15 degrees) from the laser. To make the image processing easier, it's very helpful to get the room as dark as possible so that only the reflected laser light is visible. We are a bunch of volunteers and opening a brand new scheme in our community.