FabConstruct  3D-Scanner Matting Spray L500

Prepare objects for the 3D scan

  • For shiny and reflective objects
  • Simple application
  • For fine details

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Item no.: FAB-33524, Content: 500 ml

EAN: 4260395363388

  • For shiny and reflective objects
  • Simple application
  • For fine details

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FAB-33524
Manufacturer No.: 33524
Manufacturers: FabConstruct
Content: 500 ml
Product types: 3D Scanners

Description

Prepare objects for the 3D scan

Scanning reflective, glossy or very dark is a problem for many 3D scanners. Therefore it is recommended to edit the model before the scan. Due to the fine-grained structure of the spray, a uniform layer with minimal thickness is sprayed onto the model. The 3D matting spray is glare-free and easy to remove. By treating the model with the spray, a white topcoat is created. It is recommended to spray a thin layer from a distance of about 20 - 30cm.

No problem for fine scans

Due to the small particle size, fine surface details smaller than 0.2mm are not lost. The coating can be easily washed off with water and a brush.

WARNINGS
Do not inhale the spray! Use the spray only outdoors and / or use respiratory protection (fine dust).

The spray can attack very sensitive materials or settle in rough surfaces. A lasting change (eg fading) of the surface can not be excluded! Therefore, first test the spraying and removal on small spots or disposable objects.

Hazard and precautionary statements

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