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Holes after fusing

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Holes after fusing

Postby Ralf » Thu Jun 16, 2016 9:55 am

Hi Folks,
since a few days i got Problems with holes after fusing the scans.
I can fix the problem while reducing Resolution. But then the quality is to bad.
The problem is only in the green zone, because there is only one scan with no overlaping.
While the scans are overlaping the surface is closed.
Perhaps someone can help.
Thanks a lot!
VG
Ralf
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Scan before fusing
fusion.jpg
Holes after fusing
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Re: Holes after fusing

Postby drndadoo » Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:30 am

Hi Ralf,

can you share the project so we can test it? What settings do you have in Fusion menu?
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Re: Holes after fusing

Postby Ralf » Thu Jun 16, 2016 12:11 pm

Hallo Dr,
Thanks for the feedback.
From a Resolution of 700 an less the holes are closed all abowe is the same like on the picture.
All other Parameters are reset in the Settings.
Are there important settings from other funktions like Regristration ect?
I cut the scan to a minimum for testing and it has still 684MB, so I don't know how to share.
The complete Scan is about 1,2GB, but it's the same no matter if cut or not.
VG
Ralf
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Re: Holes after fusing

Postby drndadoo » Fri Jun 24, 2016 11:43 am

Hi Ralf,

I shared this problem with programmers. it´s the first time that I see something like this. Still waiting on an Answer, but they are all busy with the DAVID5. Did you found a cause or made a new scan?
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Re: Holes after fusing

Postby drndadoo » Tue Jun 28, 2016 9:28 am

Dr. Winkelbach said that it is possible to have more vertices in the same point in space, that could be the cause of your problem. Could you send us that turquoise scan or just a part of it so we can make examination?
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