I've been trying to scan tiny object with even tinier details using the SLS kit.
Overall the results are amazing, but with some objects the angle between the projector and the camera, despite being the closest possible on this red aluminum bar thing makes it impossible for deep 'cavities' within the object to be illuminated and captured at the same time.
I though the easiest way to solve this, is to use vertical setup, however, since I don't have the time, money and easy access to material/machine shop I cannot really customize my projector+camera mount, like the impressive setups people on this forum have created.
Therefore, I thought of an easy solution which I can send to e.g. Shapeways and have it 3D printed, but I need someone's help to CAD it, because my modelling skills are so lacking.
The idea is simply a piece of plastic with mounting holes which sits on the top front part of the projector so it doesn't obstruct access to the button/venting holes, so you can decrease the angle between the camera and projector even further than what the red bar allows.
In theory once the model is done, David can also include it in their kits.
Here's a picture that's worth a thousand words:
Anyone up to the task?