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Test of the mapping and overhang


#1

The front side output was not good on my machine because the UV strength’s difference was about 3 times in the center and a corner.
It was improved in the whole approximately uniformly with the 30% mask and up the base time to 2.5 times, like the photograph.

And, I tested the overhang.
In my setting, it was output without a problem to 30 degrees or more.

tester files
mapping-pngs
mapping-stl
overhang-pngs
overhang-stl




#2

Nice! Can you upload the image you used for the mask?


#3

I would like to see the mask you used for this as well, any chance Kentaro?


#4

I’m sorry for my late response.

This file is a mask and the shell scripts which I use.

I have not yet tried Mask-Creator.
I find the center from UV intensity and only bet the gradation of the perfect circle on the whole.
In addition, this is a mask for D912HD, please be careful about the things that are not for H6510BD.

I use this with imagemagick and cygwin.

How to use this scripts,
1.Install cygwin(or use on unixlikeOS) and imagemagics.
2.Unzip maskconv.zip anywhere.
3.Change “(unzipped path)/maskconv/mask/mask30.png” to “your maskfile” and rewrite “mask30.png” to your maskfile’s name in “convert.sh”.
4.Run cygwin and command ‘cd /cygdrive/(unzipped path)/maskconv/’.
5.Copy source png files(made by CWS) to ‘(unzipped path)/maskconv/’.
6.command ‘./convert.sh’ is make masked png files in ‘(unzipped path)/maskconv/conv/’
7.zipping masked png files and print on Taitan1.
8.‘clearsrc.sh’ is remove all source png files,‘clearconv.sh’ is remove all masked png files.


#5

Thank you Kentaro. Much appreciated! I’m going to probably just setup a batch routine in PS. I’ll post that batch script here for anyone else interested.