This section explains how to crop the 3D scan if it contains parts that are not needed.

Move to the screen of the data you want to crop.
Click the mode selection button on the right to select the crop mode.
When you enter the crop mode, a button for cropping and a box indicating the cropping range will appear.

Swipe the crop range control bar at the bottom to change the crop range.
Move the area you want to delete out of the box and leave the area you want to keep in the box.
Tap the arrows on the right and left of the bar to make fine adjustments.

Swipe up and down on the rotation bar on the right to rotate the 3D scan.

Tap the face selection button at the bottom left to change the face that can be controlled by the bar.
After changing the face, use the bar to change the range in the same way.

Once you have successfully boxed in the area to be left, click the Cut button in the upper right corner.
The faded area outside the box will disappear, and the cutout will be confirmed.
You can repeat this process as many times as you like.

If you make a mistake in cropping, you can reset the cropping by tapping the back button in the upper right corner and discarding the change.

When the cropping is completed successfully, press the Save button in the upper right corner to save the cropped 3D scan.

Note that the original 3D scan will be deleted when you overwrite it.

If you want to save it as a new 3D scan, enter a name and tap “Save New”.

After a successful save, the viewing window of the 3D scan after cropping will be opened.
Let’s take a look at the 3D scan after it’s been cropped!

If you saved a new one, go back to the library and you will see that it has been saved as a new 3D scan!

You’ve just learned about 3D scanning cropping!
Now you can take out only certain pieces of furniture, or cut out extraneous objects!
Next, let’s learn about the measure function.