If you want to release software without the code you can do that by just making a binary available, but there isn't a big push for that kind of thing in the 3D printer space. If you are distributing a file for 3D printing, you're giving the recipient everything they need to modify of and replicate it however they like. You could encumber the 3D file with a restrictive license, but that doesn't seem very common.
Of course, I suspect we'll see a push for DRM as 3D printing becomes more common.
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The software Is written in C# and allow you to compose your Scan task by drag and drop.
Recommended Process is composed from these scan
“Scan” => “IrQ filter” => “merge laser” (if you use more than one laser) => “Build Mesh by interpolation “ => “Save STL”.
But if you are not satisfied with the build-in processing task, or if you prefer use another heavy but powerful software to work with your point clouds like meslab or other, you can just “Scan” => “Save Ply” and import them in your preferred application.
While the software come with a building support of the Sardauscan hardware, and usb camera. You can easely write your own Hardware proxy via plugins.
You can event build your own task to insert in your scan process.
STL : http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:702470
Source Code : https://github.com/Sardau/Sardauscan
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