@ Dr. :
No, this is the default formation.
Red Rail, Beamer on default holder, cameras in position left an right.
And like seen in the Calibration info the Software says "calibration successful"
As you see in the first picture, the scan with Extended View brings two different scans to the fuison list, which have diffenrent colours (brown and blue) like scans which are made separately with one camera.
And as seen the surface which both scans have together are not at the same coordiantes.
The reference body which is used has no thin corners.
Yes Jeff you are right, that is my oppinion too. If the cameras have not the same position, and will not have the scan as one result, it will be unsuitable for us, because this will be harder to align as a scan which is made separately beause the surfaces are not overlappung enough. And it has to use the alignment function, as are the postions now.
Our need is to scan two surfaces in which each camera only can see one of the faces e.g. of a cube. But the scan has the faces in the right position, which need not be aligned.
Because to scan this situation with one camera the alignment will not fit because you have no overlapping.
I need support very quick, beacause we have moved the deadline of some scans to a later time, beacause we thought not to have the appended problems which we have now, and we could save time to have "extended view".