I need to create a 3D model of the following part which is roughly 70" long:
What is the best way for me to go about creating a 3D model of this object that has all the detail of the actual object? There is a mesh on the backside that I will remove.
Can a Kinect and/or photogrammetry achieve this if I really take my time and cover every square mm of the object? What is the cheapest route to achieve a quality outcome?
Basically I need a 3D model so I can chop it up and redesign a segment for an air intake. After that I’d be looking into recreating it again via fiberglass or having it 3D printed for purposes of making a fiberglass version. The angles and everything are very important as the final product needs to be reinstalled back to the factory location.
Pretty new to this realm of fabrication. Could really use a little advice. Don’t really have the money to dump into a large amount of R&D. I mostly have to get all of that done via the internet (as much as possible).
Any replies are greatly appreciated! Thank you!