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|Cyclone 5.8.pdf||30/10/08 2:02 pm||4.57 MB|
|Clark_Robson_Cyrax2500-Accuracy.pdf||29/10/08 3:33 pm||1.37 MB|
|HDS_Brochure_en.pdf||29/10/08 3:33 pm||889.32 KB|
|HDS Black&White target.pdf||30/10/08 2:01 pm||15.77 KB|
|Release Notes - Cyclone 5.8.pdf||30/10/08 2:01 pm||62.86 KB|
|Using Cyclone Publisher.pdf||30/10/08 2:01 pm||561.06 KB|
|CloudWorx 3.2 for AutoCAD - Section I - Basic.pdf||30/10/08 2:01 pm||1.21 MB|
|CloudWorx 3.2 for AutoCAD - Section II - Pro.pdf||30/10/08 2:02 pm||910.38 KB|
|CloudWorx for AVEVA PDMS Tutorial.pdf||30/10/08 2:02 pm||5.63 MB|
|CloudWorx for Intergraph SmartPlant(R) Review Tutorial.pdf||30/10/08 2:02 pm||1.87 MB|
|Proposal A.dwg||30/10/08 2:02 pm||92.19 KB|
|Civil_Survey.dwg||30/10/08 2:01 pm||41.21 KB|
In addition to the scan head this instrument was purchased with a tripod, the power supply case, and a Dell Latitude d600. The laptop is connected to the Cyrax using a cross-over ethernet cable (twisted pairs 2 and 3 are swapped), not a normal ethernet cable.
Cyclone and Cloudworx documentation is attached below, and a study of accuracy of Cyrax 2500 is available.
English Heritage published useful summary in 2007 called "3D Laser Scanning for Heritage", available online.
Notes: This instrument ranges from 2m to 150m scanning distance. The procedure is to segment in Cyclone then export to DXF. One can use software like Blender to extrude the points