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Experiments in scanning 3D samples
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- Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 21:20:30 GMT
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I have had a go using my colour flat-bed A4 scanner to image some samples,
and have placed the results on a web page.
Its alot easier than trying to do close up photography, and the results
come back immediately...go on give it a try.
With my 600dpi scanner, this gives an effective 8X magnification when I
view them on my 14 inch monitor set to 600x800.
I have done images from small samples of...
* Aouelloul Glass
* Claxton, Georgia
* Murchison, Victoria