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How to get proper scale and dimensions within in .1

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How to get proper scale and dimensions within in .1

Postby Bruce Lee » Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:17 pm

Hi all i know i keep posting post sorry if am getting annoying am just trying to get as much information as possible i am now wondering how do i get the correct scale/dimensions with in around .1 of a mm using David scanner. So far i have had it within .5 but today for some reason my scan was over 40mm out maybe i was using the wrong scale on the panels i think i have a 70mm height object of the 50mm calibration scale i think. am using Davids own calibration panels with a Canon 1200d with a 18-55mm lens thanks.
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