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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3 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…

  2. If I could give this less than 1 star I would.First of all you have to assemble it yourself. (which wouldn’t be so bad if it worked).But before you assemble it you need to go on an easter egg hunt for the assembly video and the software to operate it. They couldn’t include a disc?You better have some tools if you want this thing put together. And double sided tape apparently. What I’m saying is that not everything you need to assemble this is in the box…

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