Zimt screen captures

The end of this piece is like a slice of salami: the angle to the workpiece axis is not exactly 90° and the software detects the error.

In this picture we can observe the precision with which the fillets (rounds) are automatically detected without any input from the operator.

In this picture as well we can observe the precision with which the fillets (rounds) are automatically detected regardless of their size and always without any input from the operator.

In this screen we see the output of the measurement with an out-of-tolerance dimension highlighted. Once the image of a part has been acquired and completely measured according to every characteristic, the user can define the nominal dimensions and tolerances only of the interesting characteristics and then save the inspection program or measurement recipe.

Magnification showing the precision of the fillet’s identification even for small circle arcs in the case of a large radius circle. The image shows a real aluminum tube.

Magnification showing the precision of the identification of an arc of a circle which is not connected to the left. The image shows a real copper tube.