This Kickstarter is pretty amazing! If you’re into 3D printing this will really help you to print all kinds of stuff. From minis to industrial parts, this can do it all. Not to mention the Kickstarter smashed all of its goals and is still growing. Just remember, the campaign ends on Feb. 4th, so if you want it, be sure to hop on it soon.
Also, they aren’t waiting around for a long time to ship these out. The estimated shipping time is March, so if you back it now, you’ll only have a little over a month to wait for it. And for the price, only $269, you’ll have a hard time beating this thing!
If you’re into creative work using 3D printing and 3D imaging technology, you know that high-precision 3D scanners are far too expensive, or they tend to be less than accurate and not up to the standards that design work requires, and they also tend to be devices that are not easy to understand or use. The learning curve is steep before anyone can create good 3D models. To make matters worse, 3D scanners typically use a laser or visible light sources that are not safe for the eyes of the user.
That’s why we’re proudly introducing the Revopoint POP 3D Scanner, a highly sophisticated yet extremely compact imaging device that does what industrial-level 3D scanners do—but in a far affordable way.
The scanning on this is so good, we think it could work amazingly for minis! Just imagine, you see a mini you like, scan it and you’re good to go. Also if you just need to make little pieces, it should work perfectly for that as long as you can find one of the pieces you need.
Revopoint POP 3D Scanner is designed with binocular structured light, which ensures that the acquired 3D point cloud data features high accuracy. The highest single-frame accuracy can reach 0.3mm. This device supports both high-precision and texture scanning modes, which allows you to directly generate vivid 3D models for color 3D printing.
How the models Look When Printed
That does it for this one, it’s just a super awesome and affordable project to back. If you want to step up your 3D printing game, you need to check this out!