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    BQ Ciclop : Build your own DIY 3D Scanner for less than $500... Made in Spain!




    Introducing...

    Ciclop

    First DIY Open Source 3D Desktop Scanner






    Spanish tech firm bq manufactures smartphones, tablets, e-readers, and 3D printers, but it’s their entry into the 3D scanner market that’s turning heads. The company’s new Ciclop 3D scanner uses laser triangulation technology and a rotating turntable, and it’s billed as “the first DIY 3D scanner.”

    Ciclop will also run their software, Horus, which has just been released via a free license.

    The machine itself, once built, is quite a capable 3D scanner. Below you will find some of its specifications:

    • Scanner size: 450 x 330 x 230 mm Dim
    • Scanning area. 205 x 205 mm
    • Scanner Weight: ~ 2kg
    • Precision scanning: 0.5, 5 mm
    • Scanning speed: 3-4. Min approx
    • Steps per rotation: 1600, 160

    Electronics:

    • Logitech C270 HD 1280 x 960 – Two Laser
    • Power Supply: 12V 1.5A micro USB Cable
    • Controller board: ZUM BT-328 Power Plate

    Mechanics:

    • Bipolar stepper motor Nema (1.7A 1.8 deg/step)
    • Non-slip surface
    • Threaded Rods

    Software:

    • Free Horus Software
    • Output files: ply, stl
    • Compatible with Linux: ubuntu, fedora Windows: 7 and 8



    Build yours...

    >> gitHub Ciclop Files
    >> gitHub Horus Files
    >> Bill of Materials

    >> English Manual 1
    >> English Manual 2

    >> Google Ciclop Group
    >> Ciclop Files at Thingiverse

    >> Alternate camera base mount in 3 parts (attachable with printed bolts)
    >> Alternate printable Pattern base
    >> Alternate Laser Mount for 12mm diameter lasers
    >> Alternate Laser Mount for 13mm diameter lasers


    >> PiClop Project (Ciclop with a Raspberry Pi) + thingiverse parts


    Or buy it now:
    >> Ciclop Official Website




    THE ASSEMBLY:


    A Video on the assembly instructions:

























    THE RESULT:




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    I have now printed 3 parts for this scanner in a red PLA. Part 1 of the Camera holder (had to cut it in two), The disc holder and the Motor holder.

    I have not purchased the electronics or the rods needed this, i have made a Google Docs of the BOM that they have listed and checked off the things i have in green:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

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    Amazing! SO this way we can locate every piece and start doing our own

    Let's see how much $$$ do we come up with this one

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    Hey man share the sheet so we can build it unified!

    This is cheaper!
    http://www.amazon.com/StepStick-DRV8...pStick+DRV8825

    (OK US only!



    BTW i think you got the wrong motor, doublecheck the picture with the one you need...

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    Ive printed some more now All the big parts are now printed.
    2015-02-04 18.51.03.jpg

    Yes i will have to find another motor. It needs to be 38mm in height aswell. I think that one was 42mm, wont fit inside the motor holder.

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    I got these, model seems to match. if you want one, may be we can arrange it? idk

    BTW it seems we wont be able to find the "ZSCAN shield" circuit yet :????

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    Ok, now this has got me interested!!!!!! Already looking up the parts on ebay etc. Is there a tutorial on how to flash the ZUM BT-328?

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    Flash? I guess it comes preloaded, but we miss the "shield" to control the scan itself...until they release it, we're "sold".


    btw has anyone found black nuts?

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    I think we can use the CNC shield V3 to mount on top of it to run the stepper driver (http://blog.protoneer.co.nz/arduino-cnc-shield/), having said that, the do give the schematics for the ZUMSCAN pcb with component list, and I happen to have my kickstarter "Zallus reflow oven controller" so when I find out how much the PCB will cost to have made and price the SMD components then I would hope to get moving on this (this wont happen for a while though LOL, unless of course they also release the zumscan in the mean time lol)...... for now I can print the parts, buy the webcam and the 2 lasers, the cost will be the ZUM electronics from what I can see.... the black nuts can be purchased from an industrial hardware supplier, here in Australia we have the metric men, and Allfastners and just down the road from where I work is First choice Industrial supply, they have every fastener in black, zinc, gal and stainless and they sell piece by piece or by the box or however much you need..... very convenient when certain screws in a certain printer werent quite up to scratch....lol.

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    Hmm.. and of course I try and buy the ZUM BT-328 board and it wont ship to Australia LOL..... go figure....

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    Ok, after checking the Open source files, looks like you can get away with just an arduino UNO, with the ZUMSCAN on top, and they have provided the firmware as part of the opensource with instructions on how to upload. The ZUMSCAN does not seem to require a reflow oven as you can manually solder the PCB components which element 14 have an abundance of, the master file has the gcode to cnc the PCB and it also has the gerber files to submit to your choice of PCB manufacturers..... so time to find a PCB maker and get a quote.... unless someone beast me to it....lol... it almost looks like you can run this from an ALAMODE (http://www.makershed.com/products/al...r-raspberry-pi) ontop of a Raspberry Pi with the ZUMSCAN shield ontop and have a full all in one setup, provided the Raspbian wheezy OS is Debian compatable???????
    Last edited by ned73; 02-05-2015 at 09:41 AM.

 

 

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