DSMax 3D Laser Displacement Sensor Software
DSMax is equipped with VisionPro vision software and the Cognex Designer graphical user interface. This powerful software package allows complete vision applications to be built and deployed quickly, with access to the full VisionPro tool library.
VisionPro is the leading PC-based vision software for the Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET programming environment. It is designed to setup and deploy 2D and 3D vision applications—no matter the camera or frame grabber. With VisionPro, users can perform a wide range of functions, including:
- Geometric object location
Cognex Designer is a graphical, flow-chart-based programming environment with an integrated HMI that breaks down application decisions into manageable tasks for easy to develop user interfaces with advanced functionality. Cognex Designer also:
- Reduces development cycles
- Enables easier application maintenance and support
- Simplifies application development, and maintenance, without scripting or programming
DSMax 3D Laser Displacement Sensor Vision Tools
DSMax comes equipped with Cognex proven and respected VisionPro 3D toolset for object location, measurement, and inspection. The Cognex Designer integrated development environment simplifies application set up and reduces deployment time.
3D Align Tool
3D Align is an image-based training tool, used to find the orientation of one or more parts in 3D space in relation to a similar reference part. 3D Align is ideal for object location for robot picking applications and allows additional tools to perform measurements accurately regardless of object fixturing. In the image shown the to the left, the 3D Align Tool verifies the correct position of a component.
Height Calculator Tool
The Height Calculator tool provides the height of an object in real world units based on a reference plain. In this example, the tool measures the height of the SIM tray relative to the housing.
Volume Calculator Tool
The Volume Calculator Tool collects volumetric data from a 3D image providing a precise volume of an object laying on a specific surface. For the image to the left, the tool measures the volume of adhesive applied on a sunroof.
Cross Section Tool
The Cross Section Tool takes a slice of the image and measures the profile over that region for dimensional inspection. In this example, the tool provides a cross-sectional verification of the component height and position.