Our 3D Scanner began its life as an Arduino-based CiClop kit purchased from banggood or someplace like that sometime in late mid-late 2017.
It was assembled, but it was determined that the software for it was basically unusable. Combined with our move to IngenuityLabs, it was packed into a box and forgotten for a while.
Fast forward to the stay-at-home pandemic of 2020. The scanner was retrieved from its box, and converted into a PiClop scanner running FreeLSS.
Modifications from base CiClop:
At this point, the scanner can produce an STL or .PLY that more-pr-less resembles the original object, but the object would not be directly printable from the scan.
Caveats: -I suggest using just one laser right now. Results using two were not very good.
Post-processing As of right now, Meshlab or Meshmixer have been determined to be capable of doing the sort of fixes necessary for post-processing scans. The proper method for doing so hasn't been determined yet…