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2015 09-21 webinar - 3D SCAN 3D Scanning Storage and Visualization


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A webinar on the 3D Scanning Storage and Visualization (3D SCAN) Specific Enabler (SE) from the FITMAN project. This Specific Enabler offers comprehensive modules for 3D Visualisation of high density/high resolution files consisting of millions of points in the format of Point clouds(*.txt) and Mesh(*.stl). Presented by Aitor Romero from DataPixel

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2015 09-21 webinar - 3D SCAN 3D Scanning Storage and Visualization

  1. 1. SE4 3D SCAN 3D Scanning Storage and Visualization WEBINAR Aitor Romero (DATAPIXEL) 21st September 2014 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  2. 2. Agenda DF Session • Context • Digitalising real objects • 3DScan: presentation • Capabilities of 3DScan • Objectives of 3DScan • Architectural components • Functional Description • Example • FITMAN Catalogue • License 221/09/2015 WEBINAR
  3. 3. Context 321/09/2015 WEBINAR • Dimensional quality is becoming a key issue in many manufacturing domains • The use of 3D Point Clouds is becoming increasingly important in different applications. These include dimensional quality applications, reverse engineering or 3D Printing related solutions
  4. 4. 3D Point Cloud Digitalising real objects 4 Real Object 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  5. 5. 3DScan: presentation 5 FITMAN 3DScan Specific Enabler is a component especially conceived to assist to the 3D digitalisation of real objects This Specific Enabler assures the possibility to manage (storage and visualisation) precise scanned images obtained from real objects in the 3D Point Cloud format 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  6. 6. Capabilities of 3DScan 6 • 3DScan can be used in many fieldsApplications • Accurate surface representations Technical capabilities • The 2 open source components can be used independently Use guidelines 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  7. 7. Capabilities of 3DScan 7 The 3DScan System provides two open source components Storage Visualisation of precise scanned images obtained from real objects 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  8. 8. Objectives of 3DScan The main objectives of the 3DScan SE are: 1. Store all the information generated by the system: clouds of points, CAD model (stl), mesh and comparison between the cloud of points and the CAD model in a deviation map (colour mapping) 2. Visualization of intermediate and final results. This allows visualizing 3D Point Clouds as captured by the scanner, as well as colour mappings with the comparison between the ideal model with the real produced part 821/09/2015 WEBINAR
  9. 9. Architectural components 9 3DScan SE incorporates to the whole measuring system new functionalities that were not present initially in the global architecture: • The storage component allows to store all the information generated by the system: 3D Point Cloud, metadata of the analysed part or of manufacturing process, information related with the quality control of the part (tolerances, design, rejection/acceptance criterion) and results. 3D Point Clouds will be in ASCII format, while deviation maps and CAD models will be in STEP or stl formats • The visualisation component allows to visualise final and intermediate results. With this model you can visualise the 3D Point Clouds, the mesh of the processed 3D Point Cloud and the colour mapping that compares the theoretical model with the real produced part 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  10. 10. Functional Description Typical example of operation workflow: 1021/09/2015 WEBINAR
  11. 11. Example 1121/09/2015 WEBINAR
  12. 12. FITMAN Catalogue 1221/09/2015 WEBINAR URL:
  13. 13. FITMAN Catalogue 13 3DScan System in the FITMAN web catalogue 21/09/2015 WEBINAR
  14. 14. FITMAN Catalogue 1421/09/2015 WEBINAR
  15. 15. FITMAN Catalogue 1521/09/2015 WEBINAR
  16. 16. License 16 The Open Source license selected for the 3DScan System Open Source components is BSD 2-Clause License 21/09/2015 WEBINAR