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Comparison of fusion resolution

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Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:26 pm

Hi

Let's see what results will be achieved by increasing the resolution in fusion.

Scanning properties :
Resolution of camera : 1056 x 704
Resolution of projector : 800 x 600
Setup type : Vertical
Number of scans : 41

calibration
GAL01.png


Details of a single scan
GAL02.png


Alignment before comparison
GAL03.png
Data projector : NEC VE 281
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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:32 pm

Comparison :

Fusion resolution : 250
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 4.5 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 61,757
Number of triangles in scan file : 123,162

GAL-FUSION-RES-250.png


Fusion resolution : 700
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 37.7 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 481,486
Number of triangles in scan file : 961,585

GAL-FUSION-RES-700.png


Fusion resolution : 1500
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 182 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 2,209,613
Number of triangles in scan file : 4,415,294

GAL-FUSION-RES-1500.png
Data projector : NEC VE 281
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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:34 pm

Fusion resolution : 3000
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 743 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 8,774,878
Number of triangles in scan file :17,536,254

GAL-FUSION-RES-3000.png


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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby hunkatibor2 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:55 pm

Hi Narmella
Write more hardware into the PC, so realistic.
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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:24 pm

Hi Tibor

You are right . :D

GAL-F.png
Resolution of fusion 3000


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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby mexscan » Wed Nov 19, 2014 9:22 pm

Hi

very Nice scan! ;-)

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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Thu Nov 20, 2014 3:25 pm

Thank you Egon :D

Seems it is good to set resolution of fusion to 2000 :idea:

GAL06.png
Fusion resolution : 2000

GAL07.png
Fusion resolution : 2000


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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby micr0 » Thu Nov 20, 2014 9:42 pm

At 2000 is your file size is around 60-70mb? What do you do to reduce you mesh density of vertices count? how much can you reduce you mesh size without too much loss of detail?

Thanks

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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Fri Nov 21, 2014 8:41 am

Hi micr0,

Fusion resolution : 2000
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 337 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 3,922,912
Number of triangles in scan file :7,839,611

GAL-FUSION-RES-2000.png
Fusion resolution : 2000


And by using geomagic and selecting decimate command here are results :

1- the scan file has Imported in to geomagic ( David laser scanner Fusion resolution : 2000 )

2-
Decimate using percentage : 50%
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 200 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 1,962,146
Number of triangles in scan file : 3,919,804

3-
Decimate using percentage : 25%
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 97 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 981,665
Number of triangles in scan file : 1,959,901

4-
Decimate using percentage : 12%
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 48 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 491,211
Number of triangles in scan file : 979,950

5-
Decimate using percentage : 3 %
Output file format : OBJ
Output file size : 11.5 MB
Number of vertices in scan file : 123,413
Number of triangles in scan file :244,986

GAL08.png
Using decimate command in geomagic


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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby hunkatibor2 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 5:14 pm

Hi
4 :D :D :D
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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby micr0 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 5:17 pm

Yeah. Number 4 looks the best for the given file size. Which version of Geomagic are you using, XOR?

Thanks for posting this.

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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Fri Nov 21, 2014 7:37 pm

Hi,
I'm using geomagic studio 2013 .
I have not tested rapid form XOR.

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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Sat Nov 22, 2014 3:57 pm

Hi
Last picture shows results of decimate command in geomagic studio 2013.
All results are good , Not only number 4.
In reverse engineering , I prefer to choose number 5 .( Memory allocation will be very good to work on and it has enough data to extract details by surface modeling )
In other process like 3d printing or some others need to choose number 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 . :wink:

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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby NARMELLA » Tue Dec 16, 2014 6:53 am

Another comparison ...

FRES01.png

FRES02.png


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Re: Comparison of fusion resolution

Postby hunkatibor2 » Tue Dec 16, 2014 8:15 pm

Hi
Narmella
700 Good .
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