3D Scanning

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Level 1 badge used at Pikes Peak Makerspace

The 3D Scanning equipment is for all our members to use without any additional required training (Level 1).

3D Scanning Area hand tools should be marked with orange tape or paint.



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Classes and Training

Area Leader — Leaders wanted

To help out with 3D Scanning at PPM, post a message to our #3d-printing channel on Slack.

Classes

PPM announces its Upcoming events, including classes, on Meetup

Training

Links to external sites:

3D Scanning Is Easier Than Ever — Make magazine
Use 3D Scanning and 3D Printing for Reverse Engineering

Equipment Lists

Item Manufacturer Model
Number
Resources
Structure Sensor

and charger

Occipital ST01 website
Structure Sensor

bracket (Ice Blue)

Occipital SA03
3D scanner XBOX
iPad 4th Generation (2012)

(60GB) and charger

Apple MD527LL/A Identify your iPad model

Hand Tools

3D Scanning Area hand tools should be marked with orange tape or paint.
Return all tools to their proper location after use. This rule applies to all areas of our Makerspace.

Donations Received

Wish List

replacement for our broken 2012 iPad 4th Generation
Pikes Peak Makerspace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so we can provide a receipt for any donations you make.

Related Software

Links to other PPM Wiki pages:

Autodesk Fusion Tips
Blender Tips

Related Pages

Links to related PPM Wiki pages:

  3D Printing — Filament (FDM)  
  3D Printing — Resin (SLA)  
STL File Format Tips
USDZ File Format Tips

Hand-Curated Links

Links to member-recommended external sites:

3D scan with a phone — sculpteo.com
Multiple Raspberry PI 3D Scanner — instructables.com
Scan to BIM Workflow — Autodesk University

For Additional Help

Use the PPM Slack channel #3d-printing
List of all PPM Slack channels
Note that we have a Slack channel (#job-board) for members to post, discuss, or accept job opportunities either within PPM or from the community.

PPM Tool Color Map — Interactive

Search the PPM Wiki — include both Content pages and Multimedia

Contact Us if you cannot find your answer here on our Wiki or if you notice any info that is outdated.

Pikes Peak Makerspace (PPM) is dedicated to supporting our maker community in their creative processes by providing shared space, shared tools, materials, software and a knowledge base to turn their ideas into reality.