Join Kacie Hultgren for an in-depth discussion in this video Performing repairs with Inspector, part of 3D Scanning with a Camera.
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- In this video we'll use the Inspector tool…to make preliminary repairs to our mesh.…In the toolbar click on Analysis…then choose Inspector.…Let's orbit around here.…To 3D print a model…it needs to be watertight…and the Inspector points out…the problems with our mesh.…Loose faces, small holes…I think this blue one here…is pointing to a small hole underneath his chin.…You have a loose face over here…and I'm guessing that this one…is for some extra loose geometry…that is currently inside.…
Now all we have to do to fix these repairs…is to double click on each of the little balls…and that repair is automatically completed…and if you're confident that you want…to automatically repair all of them…you can choose auto-repair all instead…and then we're done.…So we'll click done.…We are done with making preliminary repairs to our model.…So we can move on to the next video.…
- Choosing the right subject
- Taking photos
- Tips for capturing a great scan
- Processing your scan with 123D Catch
- Repairing a scan with Meshmixer
- Touching up UV maps with Photoshop
- Preparing a file for 3D printing
- Uploading files to Shapeways for printing
Skill Level Beginner
Up and Running with 3D Printingwith Kacie Hultgren1h 16m Appropriate for all
Getting Started with MakerBot 3D Printerswith Kacie Hultgren1h 5m Appropriate for all
1. Photogrammetry Basics
2. Scanning an Object
3. Repairing a Scan
4. 3D Printing with a Desktop Printer
3D printing with Meshmixer2m 28s
5. 3D Printing with Shapeways
Next steps1m 1s
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