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Etching The IVCam Way

For another example the IVCAM can do is scaled drawings etched. You are able to use this with different materials; steel

Etching in 4 Quick Steps

Step 1

  • Select your Image (This image can be anything at all form a Drawing to a photograph)
  • Load the image onto your PC (Making sure its in jpeg format)
  • Load up IVCam Handheld and Open you image.

Step 2

  • Click on the “Edge Detector Tool” (this option can be accessed ether In the “Profile” menu Entitled “Auto Profile Options” or on your task bar).
  • It can perform roles as varied as quality checking, print or colour verification or system enhancement. Machine Vision systems are frequently used to gauge components, orient and align assemblies, inspect print or surface quality and identify faulty or missing elements.
  • Select the curve/line length you wish to use (the settings will allow you to change the amount of detail that will be picked up by the tool).

Step 3

  • Now Click “Run Extract Lines or Curves” (if you whish to make any changes or to redo the line extraction you can Click on the “Delete All Splines” option that is with in this menu and try again).
  • When the desired lines are drawn click OK.

Step 4

  • Export the Lines (you are now ready to import the lines to CAD or which ever medium you want).

 

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