Scan image of huge mineral stone
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner animate=”aft”][us_iconbox icon=”fas|exclamation-circle” color=”custom” icon_color=”#dd3333″ bg_color=”” iconpos=”left” title=”Attention:”] Clips that have an exemplary purpose, do not have audio and descriptions, and are redundant since all the expansions are mentioned in the tutorial and preliminary clips which are provided in the “visualizer software tutorial”, and these images are just an example for those tutorials. Hence, there is no need for additional explanations and newcomer users first should observe preliminary training in the section of “visualizer software tutorial” to better understand these examples.
Scan image which you observe in this example is an image taken from a huge mineral stone in a visualizer.
When we use a visual metal detector, obtained analysis and scans play important role in achieving a good result.
Noting low-quality weak structure, peak and … and thick layers of would around the item in the above sample could a goof example and comparison for users who are looking for distinguished mineral stones from metal.