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3D Printing with RepRap Cookbook by Richard Salinas

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Stitching photos with 123D Catch

Stitching is the correlation of the photos you took of your object. It aligns the photos to each other to make a proper sequence. Sometimes, the Autodesk server will have a difficult time choosing the proper photo for stitching; it will either discard the photo from the sequence or choose the wrong placement of a photo. These problems can be fixed by manually stitching the photos. In this recipe, we'll learn how to do this.

Getting ready

Hopefully, you don't have any stitching problems with the four objects you scanned, but we will need a photo sequence with stitching problems for this recipe. There's an easy way to illustrate the repair of unstitched photos, even with a good processed scan. Choose one of your Photo ...

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