The In-Sight 3D-L4000 has a broad range of 3D vision tools. These vision tools work directly off a true 3D image of the part. In-Sight Spreadsheet makes this 3D toolset accessible to users without the need for programming. The 3D-L4000 also offers a full In-Sight 2D toolset, which works on an intensity image in conjunction with the 3D tools to solve a wider variety of applications. Below are some examples of the new In-Sight 3D vision toolset.
PatMax3D evolves the standard for pattern matching and part location. It ensures all vision tools are in the correct location to accurately inspect the part on a 3D image.
Blob3D finds and measures volumes of features on a 3D image.
Edge3D uses the geometry of the part to reliably locate convex and concave edges on the 3D image.
Point to Plane3D
Point to Plane3D uses extracted features to quickly measure step heights and distances.
3D edge and measurement tools can be combined to obtain a quick gap measurement.
Plane to Plane Angle3D
Plane to Plane Angle3D measures the angle between two extracted planes.
Extract Sphere3D uses the geometry of the part to locate and measure spherical sections of the part.
Extract Cylinder3D uses the geometry of the part to locate and measure cylindrical sections of the part.
3D Geometry uses extracted features like points, lines, and planes to measure distances and angles between them. For example, the angle between two planes or the distance between a line and a point.
Height Map for OCR
Height Map for OCR enhances raised or debossed characters, even against reflective or low-contrast backgrounds, by mapping the height information from a point cloud.
The 3D Cross-Section tool generates precise geometric information such as height, width, and area, to verify an object is defect-free and meets specifications.
The Profile Analysis tool measures height differences to confirm proper dimensioning of objects under inspection.