Objects are captured with a series of views from different sides. To combine these views into a single integrated model, the facets are located within a coordinate system so they can be assembled relative to one another.
Built-in Alignment Software infers the rotational axis center for the AutoPositioner, and as each scan is shot, the Aligner positions the scan relative to the others automatically.
After initial set up, the software automatically assembles subsequent faces without user intervention.
To combine tops and bottoms, the user places some virtual pins on the same features in two views, and then the software automatically orients and connects them.