05/26/2020

Part 5: Individual Execution of Tasks and Evaluations for Recipe Adjustment

Series: Acquire Automation XT – FRT´s Powerful Multi Sensor Software

To ease the creation of recipes in Acquire Automation XT, single tasks can be executed during recipe editing. Right where the scans of a measurement are defined, the selected task can be measured and the results can be examined. Even presupposed tasks, like alignments or reference measurements, can be included in the process. It is also possible to adjust the evaluations individually and view intermediate results. The effects of the adjustments to the evaluations can be observed directly.

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The supported measurement tasks include:

· Point Scan

· Line Scan

· Area Scan

· Circular Point Scan

· Full Sample Inspection Map

· Fine Alignment (if available)

· Area Alignment (if available)

Using Single Task Execution in Acquire Automation XT is straight forward. A recipe must be loaded in the Recipes view. After composing the tasks of a recipe, the scans of each task can be defined in the Edit Task(s) view. For tasks supporting Single Task Execution a command button with the label Execute Task exists. A click on the command button launches the Single Task Execution.

Additional Evaluation Adjustment can be performed on an executed task, if the task has at least one Evaluation. The purpose of the dialog is to easily edit evaluations and filters of a task and instantly see step by step what happens to the data. To ensure this, an input data set and the result or the output data are displayed for each scan and evaluation. If possible, additionally generated output data is also displayed. The user can view all of the data sets that are available for further processing at any time. If the evaluation is a filter that may change the data, you can see the data in the input before filtering and in the output after filtering.

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Part 1/7: Bearing Curve evaluation offers a clever method to classify and describe the surface texture of an object

Part 2/7: Sample Classification function offers a sophisticated way of classifying measured samples

Part 3/7: Dual Scan Mode for high-speed measurement of features with a large discontinuous step

Part 4/7: Fit based Defect Inspection find local deviations of a measurement in comparison to a reference

Part 6/7: Area Alignment Task - Automatic determination and compensation of the displacement of a measurement area in relation to the die layout

Part 7/7: Access the full capability of FRT multi-sensor tools by using Hybrid Task and Hybrid Evaluation

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