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checking holes of sheetmetal parts


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Hi all,

we are running a lot of sheetmetal parts in ScanBox-KIOSK and are mainly focusing on the surfaces (+alignment-holes) to keep the measuring time as short as possible. If we would teach for all holes, the time would be significantly longer and sometimes it's impossible to compute some holes if some properties of the part change slightly.

We don't need to check the holes position or diameter in this cases but it would be realy helpful to check if there "is" a hole or "is not" a hole. For this evaluation it wouldn't be necessary to use a lot of scans as no edges are needed.

I already tried to create surface points at the middle of a hole to cut with the mesh, so if it's calculated, something should be wrong, if it's not calculated everything's fine. But the result is unsteady, as it is possible that there is some mesh left of the background (fixture f.e.)

It should be a super simple inspection, as usually no additional scans are necessary, but i don't find the right measuring principle to do it.

Anyone who already had the same problem or any ideas how to check this?

I'm looking forward to any food for thought.

Best Regards

Michael

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Hello,

maybe constructing a silhouette and circles + measuring principle fitting element works for this. This would only require the surface data. You could also uncheck the box "consider element" in the element's properties -> Teaching Settings, so no positions will be created for this element. If the rest of the measurement positions are sufficient depends on the part and data of course. Contacting the support with the concrete project is of course also an option 🙂

There is a keyword for the computation status for the next step available.

Nanno

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