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Cognex Designer for VisionPro Users

The Cognex Designer for VisionPro users class teaches the standard and advanced topics of how to create a vision application with the Cognex Designer programming environment which includes a built in HMI user interface.

This class gives existing VisionPro users an overview of the hardware and software used by Cognex Designer to quickly and efficiently program the system for automated vision inspections. With the focus on understanding image acquisition basics as well as core vision tools, users learn how to walk through the process of setting up a vision application using programming best practices of the Cognex Designer interface. 

Students will learn to use advanced techniques and practices to accomplish their vision application needs such as user access, data storage, and HMI design.  The Cognex Designer interface requires some integrated VisionPro programming, C# scripting, flow diagram component placement and integrated HMI creation so can students can focus on solving their vision solution needs quickly and effectively.

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Prerequisites: Familiarity with Microsoft Windows environment. Familiarity with Cognex VisionPro QuickBuild prototyping software. Basic C# programming help guide will be provided for certain class topics.

Training Session Info

Begins:12-07-2017 08:30 AM EST
Ends:12-08-2017 03:00 PM EST
Location:Spartanburg, SC
Price:$1095.00 USD
Open Seats: 4

Students must bring a laptop. Cognex will provide development dongles for use during this class. Dongles must be returned at end of class.


Class Syllabus

  1. Introduction and Image Acquisition
  2. Sequences and Programming
  3. Using Vision Tools in Cognex Designer
  4. HMI
  5. Timers and Shift Registers
  6. Inputs and Outputs
  7. Deployment
  8. User Access Control
  9. Recipes
  10. Alarms and Scripting Control
  11. Database
  12. Implementing Cognex Functions
  13. Plug-ins
  14. Lighting and Optics

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