CV-X Training Videos

CV-X Training Videos

Getting Started

  • Getting Started:Setting Up Your Vision System

    Out-of-the-box product descriptions and initial setup

  • Getting Started: Getting a Good Image

    How to capture a good camera image

  • Getting Started: LumiTrax Image Basics

    The basic settings for getting a good LumiTrax shape and texture image.

  • Program Operation: Program Management

    Starting a new program & editing, copying, deleting programs

  • CV-X Simulator Software: Importing and Exporting Files

    Importing and Exporting Files on the CV-X controller and PC simulator using an SD Card

  • CV-X Simulator Software: Uploading and Downloading Files

    Upload and download between the CV-X controller and the PC simulator with Ethernet or USB connection

  • Add Tools: Inspection Tool Categories

    Brief summary of how to choose the best inspection tools

  • Vision Terminal Software: PC Remote Desktop Setup

    Setting up a remote desktop from the controller on a PC

  • Add Tools: Add, Edit, and Copy Inspection Tools

    Instructions on adding, editing, and copying inspection tools

  • CV-X Quick Setup for LJ-V Laser Profiler (3D Vision)

    Quick setup when using the LJ-V Laser Profiler heads with the CV-X Series using the default LJ-V image settings.

  • 3D Vision Inspection: Converting Height Images to Grayscale

    An overview of the methods to convert height images obtained from the LJ-V profiler to a grayscale image for vision inspection.

  • 3D Vision Inspection Example: Defects on a Sphere Shape

    Example 3D inspection setup looking for defects on a hemisphere shaped part.

  • 3D Vision Inspection Example: OCR on Raised Characters

    Example 3D inspection setup performing an OCR inspection on raised characters on a pattern background.

  • 3D Vision Inspection Example: Food Products

    Example 3D inspection setup checking for cracked and defective cookies.

  • 3D Vision Inspection Example: Defects on Flat Surface

    Example 3D inspection setup checking for dents or characters on a bearing (no contrast).