3D scanner opportunity...what part?

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    Check out this video -
     
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    Seems pretty easy to make a mold.
     
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    That's what I mentioned in post #25.. Except your picture is the 2nd design, 1971 & up, which you can still get. 1970 is different, a 1 year only design.
     
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    Old post but a new piece of data, if anyone is interested.

    Go!SCAN 3D
     
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    ^^ That is pretty darn cool ^^^
     
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    Dave, did anything ever happen with a scan demo on the windshield eyebrows you were looking to do back in 2018?
     
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    Hi Scott,
    The company came in a demoed the unit and I inquired about scanning the parts and they said they could do it, but they were not allowed to let me have the files! When I asked why they said it was policy as there was an instance of a guy having a competitors part scanned and then reverse engineering the part from the file and taking it to market. This is a company (Keyence) that the company I work for spent low 6 figures with last year for sensors etc.
     
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    Dave, that's to bad it didn't work out as planned. You would think with the money you sent their way that they would give you a break a do you a favor... We use Keyence lazer photo cells on the machines we manufacture at my work.
     

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