3D Scanning

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

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

Safety First

Members must know the following information:

In case of emergency, call 911

Our physical location is:
735 East Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
use this when ordering pizza or an ambulance

PPM Fire Escape Plan

Fire Escape Plan maps are posted throughout the Makerspace.
There are 7 fire extinguishers on the fire escape plan map. Review the PPM Fire Escape Plan for locations.

First Aid

There is a FIRST AID Supply Cabinet in our Kitchen Area.
FIRST AID Kits are available in four areas: the Kitchen, Metal Shop, Wood Shop and CNC Room.

Eye Wash Stations

Emergency Eye & Face Wash Stations are mounted in four areas: the Kitchen, Wood Shop, CNC Room and Vented Room.

Personal Protective Equipment

Wear protective equipment in all Wood and Metal Shop Areas.
Wear gloves when using Isopropyl Alcohol and other cleaners.

Hazardous Chemicals

All hazardous chemicals must be stored in the yellow hazardous chemical storage cabinet located in the vented room.
Review the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) information of unknown products before use.
SDS information is available via the QR code on the hazardous chemical storage cabinet or this link.
Do not bring dangerous chemicals to the makerspace.
Spray paint, stains, and other approved items must be stored in the hazardous chemical storage cabinet in the vented room.
Please DO NOT paint indoors.

Covid-19 notice

Classes and Training

New Member Orientation

Area Captain -- Trevor Banks

To help out in the 3D Scanning Area, contact the Area Captain on Slack.
View all PPM Area Captains

Classes

Pikes Peak Makerspace announces its Upcoming events, including classes, on Meetup

Training

How to Use 3D Scanning and 3D Printing for Reverse Engineering

For Additional Help

Use the PPM Slack channel #3d-printing



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3D Scanning Class handouts from Ryan Janke

Equipment Lists

iPad scanner

Picture Item Manufacturer Model
Number
Estimated
Value
Manual Owner Status
Up/Down
Problem
Description
iPad 4th Generation (2012)

(60GB) and charger

Apple MD527LL/A PPM

(donated by ?)

broken screen
Structure Sensor

and charger

Occipital ST01 Product Information PPM deprecated
Structure Sensor

bracket (Ice Blue)

Occipital SA03 PPM
Picture
Item
Manufacturer
Model
Number
Estimated
Value
Manual
Owner
Status
Up/Down
Problem
Description

Other scanners

Picture Item Manufacturer Model
Number
Estimated
Value
Manual Owner Status
Up/Down
Problem
Description
desktop 3D scanner NEXTENGINE PPM (donated by ?) ?
3D scanner XBOX PPM (donated by ?) ?
mac laptop

(ubuntu 16.04 LTS)

Apple MacBook Pro

(4GB/242GB)

PPM (donated by Ryan Janke) sw updated

(12/27/21)

Picture
Item
Manufacturer
Model
Number
Estimated
Value
Manual
Owner
Status
Up/Down
Problem
Description

Hand Tools

Return all tools to their proper location after use. This rule applies to all areas of our Makerspace.

Donations Received

Wish List

Pikes Peak Makerspace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so we can provide a receipt for any donations you make.

Software

Fusion 360

See Also

Links to other PPM Wiki pages (internal links):

3D Printing

Curated Links

Links to other sites (external links):

3D scan with a phone

Other Fun Stuff

Links to other sites (external links):

Multiple Raspberry PI 3D Scanner




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