RESOLUTION IN THE 3D MODELING OF OBJECTS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AND REVERSE ENGINEERING – SHUTTER EFFECT

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This article presents a proportional relationship between Shutter and the value of the resolution scanning system that allows decision making for modeling 3D parts used in reverse engineering and additive manufacturing. As a first step, the object of interest is treated to dim excessive brightness, then the object is scanned  (by point cloud or mesh) with the use of a Handyscan 700 scanner. The point cloud is processed with the Geomagic software Desing X to generate a CAD image and a “.stl” file for 3D printing.

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Coutino-Moreno, E., Estrada, Q., Maldonado-Onofre, D., Rodriguez-Mendez, A., & Gomez-Giron, J. (2021). Resolution in the 3D modeling of objects for additive manufacturing and reverse engineering – shutter effect. Applied Computer Science, 17(1), 40-52. https://doi.org/10.23743/acs-2021-04
Coutino-Moreno, Elvis, Quirino Estrada, Daniel Maldonado-Onofre, Alejandro Rodriguez-Mendez, and Julio Gomez-Giron. "Resolution in the 3d Modeling of Objects for Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering – Shutter Effect." Applied Computer Science 17, no. 1 (2021): 40-52.
E. Coutino-Moreno, Q. Estrada, D. Maldonado-Onofre, A. Rodriguez-Mendez, and J. Gomez-Giron, "Resolution in the 3D modeling of objects for additive manufacturing and reverse engineering – shutter effect," Applied Computer Science, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 40-52, 2021, doi: 10.23743/acs-2021-04.
Coutino-Moreno E, Estrada Q, Maldonado-Onofre D, Rodriguez-Mendez A, Gomez-Giron J. Resolution in the 3D modeling of objects for additive manufacturing and reverse engineering – shutter effect. Applied Computer Science. 2021;17(1):40-52.