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Lidar for machinery scanning


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#1 DreadPeak

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Posted 23 April 2018 - 05:30 AM

This is just a thing to discuss. I've always used (and think that this is how things works)  handheld 3d scanners (or laser measurement devices) to get accurate 3d models of stuff like cars or other transport.

By the way, I've seen the car scanned by a lidar. https://www.artec3d.com/3d-models/smart-car

What for? The scan isn't as accurate as I can get by their handheld Spider, and spider is more than twice cheaper.   
According to this lidar specifications. It's good for architecture purpose maybe. I mean if you have to scan a facade of a building maybe. Quallity and range is more than enough. 
For me using lidar for cars is not wise..

 



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