3D Printed Light bracket for Faro S70

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3D Printed Light bracket for Faro S70

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Hi All,
I have a lot of boat interiors to scan, often in poor lighting.
I designed and 3D printed these brackets to attach standard camera lights to our Faro Focus S70.
I am thinking one light on each side should do, but I can attach 4 in total.
Its a bit rough at the moment with a few minor refinements to come.
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From messing around with lights on our S150, I would suggest 2 on each side, one angled slightly up, the other down.

We went a slightly different route and used hoops that slide over the scanner body, giving 360 light.
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Thanks Simeon,
Hoops sounds like a good idea, I just had a few camera lights sitting around.
I have changed the design slightly as the bracket was blocking the camera .
The new brackets look like this ;
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...finally got around to printing the Rhino 3D file....
Seems to work well.
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Re: 3D Printed Light bracket for Faro S70

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We did a quick fix with LED strips on the tripod. One on each leg. Worked good enough. I was doing photogrammetry on top so pics are just for alignment anyway.
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