This is part of a DIY project to build or upgrade a 3D scanner based on Atlas 3D Scanner and Piclop hybrid scanner. Runs the open-source FreeLSS software (freelss.org) on Raspbian or Ubuntu as a standalone device.
Designed as a Raspberry Pi HAT, it incorporates several additional and accessible features not present in the Atlas Scanner that include:
Boards are made, assembled, and tested in the USA.
Works with the Raspberry Pi 2 and Pi 3 !
(Does not include Pololu DRV8834 stepper driver or Raspberry Pi)
I wanted to make a custom interface for use with the open-source 3D Scanning software, FreeLSS. I was very impressed with the Arduino-based Ciclop scanner and the Raspberry Pi-based Atlas Scanner. Several FreeLSS users merged the two scanner platforms, creating the PiCLOP 3D Scanner. However, there were few changes to the basic PCB design used for the scanner. I wanted to integrate the hardware functionality into a Raspberry Pi HAT format, with the inclusion of extra features for expandability --- and who knows, other uses !
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