fiducial mark


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fiducial mark

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This particular fiducial mark uses a square cutout in the silkscreen.
Fiducial mark locations are reviewed and fiducial marks are added, as needed, to support component placement and flying probe testing.
Nordson EFD vision-guided dispensing robots use fiducial marks to automatically offset the dispense program and compensate for slight shifts in workpiece orientation or location.
Thus, for scanning aerial photographs, an A3 format is necessary, because fiducial marks have to be clearly visible performing inner orientation.
Up to three fiducial marks are selected in a learning procedure.
This low error probability system based in application of hyperbolic wavelet transforms and integrated circuits photo masks fiducial marks geometric moment features.
The chorobates was an elongated wooden platform, sometimes with a water-filled longitudinal groove, having plumb bobs on each end that were aligned with fiducial marks on the structure.
Raw images can also be copied so that you can insert such things as highlights, fiducial marks, and notes directly into the copy while preserving the original image.
Sampling for calculations of the average friction is restricted to the middle portions of each cycle, as indicated by fiducial marks.
With the use of the advanced technology of document imaging, AVANTE uses fiducial marks to scale for any orientation and paper expansion/shrinkage variations.
ONE OF THE handy aspects of getting boards assembled at Screaming Circuits is we don't require fiducial marks for standard process boards.
If the used camera is calibrated, interior image orientation may be done by transforming the measured coordinates into a calibration system, defined by fiducial marks or residual crosses.