Elevated Tripod for BLK360

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Elevated Tripod for BLK360

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I own bLK360 and looking for elevated tripod about 4m to 7m high.
What are the options available ?
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Maybe check out the products from Scan & Go:
https://www.scan-go.eu/en/
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This is what I use for most my scanners. We usually use the extension rods for inverted shots but you can use them to go higher. I think you would be ok with 4-7m indoors with no vibrations, I have done some scans at over 4m with no issues, but you have to have proper conditions and use logic. The issue is the sway.

https://www.nedo.com/index.pl?Lang=ENGL ... ative.html
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Leandre Robitaille wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:15 pm This is what I use for most my scanners. We usually use the extension rods for inverted shots but you can use them to go higher. I think you would be ok with 4-7m indoors with no vibrations, I have done some scans at over 4m with no issues, but you have to have proper conditions and use logic. The issue is the sway.

https://www.nedo.com/index.pl?Lang=ENGL ... ative.html
Also a great option
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We use the he Nedo Industrial Line tripod. Currently have 5 additional sections which gets our Faro 7.2m off the floor.

We also have a Scan&Go Uplift which is about 5m.

Uplift has wheels which is handy, but Nedo is heavier duty and doesn't wobble as easily.

Letting the movement stop before starting a scan is key to good data.
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Leandre Robitaille wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:15 pm This is what I use for most my scanners. We usually use the extension rods for inverted shots but you can use them to go higher. I think you would be ok with 4-7m indoors with no vibrations, I have done some scans at over 4m with no issues, but you have to have proper conditions and use logic. The issue is the sway.

https://www.nedo.com/index.pl?Lang=ENGL ... ative.html
We too use this Nedo tripod. Indoors it works great, you just have to be mindful of the sway.
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