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Grady_TurnerGrady_Turner Posts: 67Founding Pro, Partner, Beta Tester VIsion 1.1 Program, Wrist Camera URCap 1.3.0 Handy
edited August 2016 in Robotiq Products
I recall the 'trick' from the vision training where we had to identify labels, but needed to teach just the label first (with no box).

I have a similar issue with a relatively tall object, and I can use this trick to teach just the top of the object to create the model.  But then when I run the program the scale of the object becomes an issue.  How does the camera software handle scale?  Is it just a percentage match like the model?

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  • JeanPhilippe_JobinJeanPhilippe_Jobin Posts: 63 Handy
    edited August 2016 Accepted Answer
    @Grady_Turner
    yes it is a percentage of the model and this percentage is quite high. So you don't have a lot of margin on the difference of height. What I suggest is that you place you planar model (label or whatever) at the height of the final part for the photo steps. Then use the final object for the scan step.
    Jean-Philippe Jobin
    Eng., M.Sc. / ing., M.Sc.
    Chief Technical Officer / V.P. R&D 

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