3D scanning isn't just about scanning an object and bringing it to life.
You can transform your artistic possibilities by easily removing the physical limitations that come with making things by hand. A digital object generated from a 3D Scanner can uncover new worlds.
Here is one example where 3D scanning of any object can transform art into a masterpiece or collectible.
We chose to use a small Knight Anubis chess piece and performed 4 passes with the SOL 3D Scanner in near-mode.
In this example, we uploaded the file to p3d.in.
This file is stored in p3d.in and available for download, modification, printing and more. To download click on the following icon:
Note: The scanner software will allow you to save the scanned files into 5 different formats: OBJ, STL, XYZ, DAE, PLY for further modification.
After scanning, we scaled the object to be 20 cm tall and had it printed in White PA12.
Here is a side-by-side comparison of the original object and the scaled object printed:
After the object was printed, we drilled holes to secure it to a base and hold a lamp shade.
A piece of wood was drilled, prepped, stained and allowed to dry for use as a base.
We used spray paint on the 3D printed Anubis to give the object a hammered and metallic look.
Note: You can smooth, dye and coat your products when printed with PA12.
Once painted, the lamp was assembled with LED lights in the shade.
The final results are amazing. We turned a cherished chess piece into a unique, metallic looking, desktop lamp.
The SOL 3D scanner is a powerful tool and enhances the creative process. It opens up possibilities, giving hobbyists and makers more artistic freedom.
Here is the original chess piece, a 3D Printed object and our final masterpiece.
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