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2. Runs


Fig. 131 Starting the first run

This next page lets you start the first run of the qualification process. In this run, the system will need to capture a first image before triggering a vibration sequence and then another image capture. Subsequent runs will not require the first image. After each run has been completed, you may choose between starting another one and finishing up the whole process.

For each run, the system collects information including the number of good parts found (displayed in the interface), as well as the execution timing of all actions performed by the system (vibration time, vision analysis…).


The more runs you perform, the more accurate the resulting data. We recommend you do at least 10 runs (max is 50), that will ensure the total number of parts found is statistically high enough for the results to be meaningful.


Once a run completes, remember to remove the good parts by hand while moving the other parts as little as possible to get accurate results.

Once the system completes a run, the following page will be displayed.


Fig. 132 Current run results

On the left side, you can see the results of the vision analysis (image(s) + number and bounding boxes of the good parts). The right side shows statistics about the current qualification process (all runs completed and total number of good parts found). This is also where you can start another run should you desire.