Saturday, November 14, 2015

Laid-Back Admin:
    Tested In-Depth - Desktop 3D Scanning and 3D Printing

Dr. Beagle C. Cranium
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Well we need, of course, a 3D Scanner if we don’t have the data object image or many blueprints or... Hmmm, and it is limiting of the actually shape (see this video) but it is really good try. We will wait for at last version 2 but were very close!

Published on Sep 25, 2014

We've been experimenting with home 3D printers for a while, but we now finally have a desktop 3D scanner at the office too! We test the new Matter and Form 3D scanner that digitizes any small object, generating a 3D model and file that we can then send over to our 3D printer. It's like photocopying a real-world object!

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