FLUX made the list of All-In-One Printers.
I am curious if anyone has actually been successful with the scanner at all though. I’ve been working on some new designs and trying to scan a base model for a few days now with no useful results at all.
Tried front-light, back-light, low-light, dim-light, and every combination thereof. All resulted in some areas that looked good and then a bunch of weird ‘doubled’ artifacts. Nothing usable.
For now, I’m going back to photogrammetry and Sketch+/Meshmixer to make some progress.
For anyone that is working on getting scanner to actually work, the best result I had was when I grabbed some paper off the regular printer and taped it around the all 3 sides of the FLUX. Essentially a Lightbox. I then placed an LED lamp on the side. That actually got fairly close to usable results, but then FLUX Studio crashed during the Convert processing… When I have time to play around with it, I think that the Lightbox method will be the trick, just finding the right combination with light at this point. (And buggy software)
I really hope that the ‘exciting things’ @proclaim alluded to include fixing some of the features.
Does anyone have any experience with XYZPrinting (also in Taiwan) Da Vinci 3-in-1? Is there scanning any better? From reading all the other posts I have yet to see anyone have any success with scanning.