Low-cost 3D scanners and automatic photogrammetry software have brought digitization of objects into 3D models to the level of the consumer. However, the digitization techniques are either tedious, disruptive to the scanned object, or expensive. We create a novel 3D scanning system using consumer grade hardware that revolves a camera around the object of interest. Our approach does not disturb the object during capture and allows us to scan delicate objects that can deform under motion, such as potted plants. Our system consists of a Raspberry Pi camera and computer, stepper motor, 3D printed camera track, and control software. Our 3D scanner allows the user to gather image sets for 3D model reconstruction using photogrammetry software with minimal effort. We scale 3D scanning to objects of varying sizes by designing our scanner using programmatic modeling, and allowing the user to change the physical dimensions of the scanner without redrawing each part.