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From Photos to Solid Geometry—Converting Photogrammetry to Viable Solid Models
Instructional Demo    CP123957
Rusty Belcher
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Description

It may seem like science fiction, but the ability to create a 3D solid model from a series of photographs is now possible-and it's actually easier to do than you might think. Join us as we walk through and explore all the steps necessary for this new amazing workflow. We'll start at the beginning with the initial photo scan of an object utilizing ReCap software, and then we'll clean up the scan with ReMake software. The clean scan goes over to Fusion 360 software for conversion, and finally into Inventor software to complete the workflow. After we discuss each step in detail, we'll look at the incredible potential of this photo-to-solid workflow.

Key Learnings

  • Explore the steps necessary to generate a quality photo scan utilizing ReCap360
  • Discover methods of cleaning up the scan with Autodesk ReMake
  • Learn how to convert a mesh to a solid model with Fusion 360
  • Discuss the potential capabilities of the photo-to-solid workflow

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Rusty Belcher is a manufacturing application expert working with IMAGINiT Technologies. Rusty provides implementation, training, and support services at every level for all Autodesk, Inc., manufacturing products. His specialty involves the integration of 3D design practices into manufacturing production environments. He is an instructor and mentor, and IMAGINiT regularly receives outstanding reviews of his impact to their organization. Belcher started his career as a structural steel fitter at Newport News Shipbuilding. He is a graduate of the Newport News Shipbuilding Apprentice School, and he worked in the shipyard's Mold Loft Engineering Division. Over the past several years Belcher has worked directly with Autodesk to develop and author the current Factory Design Suite software training courseware, and he has also developed and recorded many of the tips and tutorial videos available on the Factory Design Suite software’s YouTube channel.
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