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TT-1 attachments/holes on top

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TT-1 attachments/holes on top

Postby fossilexpress » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:43 pm

Have been successfully using the TT-1 scanner. First, I cannot find a manual online at the site given in the Quick Start Guide. I was also wondering about the various holes/indentations on top. I assume these are for attachments for holding objects in place. Is that correct? Are there sexisitng attachments or do I need to make my own? Thanks! - Roy
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Re: TT-1 attachments/holes on top

Postby fossilexpress » Wed Jul 06, 2016 6:16 pm

Damn - I need to spellcheck! That should be "existing" - Roy
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Re: TT-1 attachments/holes on top

Postby GabeG75 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 8:31 pm

I also just bought a tt-1 a couple weeks back. Your right theres no manual that I know of. Once I got it all plugged in its pretty straight forward. all of the options are within the david 4 software. number of scans and how many degrees of rotation.

As for the holes, There should be pegs that came with the turntable. no clue what they are for though, sorry.
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Re: TT-1 attachments/holes on top

Postby fossilexpress » Thu Jul 07, 2016 5:09 pm

Will go back to the box and look for the pegs. Must have missed them. Thanks - Roy
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Re: TT-1 attachments/holes on top

Postby fossilexpress » Thu Jul 07, 2016 6:20 pm

Nope. No pegs in box. Checked twice. - Roy
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