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1. Starting Up


Fig. 220 DualFeeding - Starting up overview

In this first step, you must place a reasonable quantity of each part on their respective side of the Asycube plate (randomly distributed). EYE+ will generate a database of images with different exposure times using the acquisition lighting settings.


If you have not calibrated your camera, a pop-up window will appear prompting you to do this before creating the recipe. We strongly recommend that you do so before starting your recipe creation. For more information on this wizard, please refer to the Camera configuration wizard section.


Name your recipe with a distinctive name. If you do not specify a name, EYE+ will name the recipe My Recipe by default.

Part Recipe

To create a dualfeeding recipe, you have to create a vision recipe for each part. That means all vision-related steps must be performed twice, once for each part. These are displayed in the side panel under a group which title is the current part name.


Fig. 221 DualFeeding - Side Panel


You must complete all steps for the first part before moving on to the second. When the first part is complete, you may go back to it at any time using the selector showing the part name.

All these steps are also the same you would use to create a single part recipe, except you only work on half the plate at a time. You will notice a dark veil displayed on the images to hide the side where part not currently worked is.


Fig. 222 DualFeeding - Image Display