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OpenIndy

Open source software solution for industrial measurement (metrology, laser tracker, quality control)

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2017

OpenIndy version 0.8.0-16 online

Changelog OpenIndy - Version build_0.8.0_16 Story play sounds for successful and unsuccessful measurements open functions dialog with double click or right click on features and transformation parameters task display target geometry of observations in functions dialog. Bug if you change a function you can now find the observation in the station list, including its target geometry observations are now displayed in functions dialog with their ID and the targetGeometry updating bundle input-geometries for view [Modul] Robocalc, fixed function "copy nominal to actual tool" "ReferencePoint" crashes, when the reference geometry is deleted [Modul] fixed an issue calculating ABB bases fixed weighted... ...

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OpenIndy version 0.7.0-15 online

Changelog OpenIndy - Version build_0.7.0_15 story implementation of leveled alignment modify column and row size for 4K displays create feature dialog now includes feature type as dialog name implemented change radius function for cylinder sort points of wighted alignment view by name transformation parameter now are "used" by default updated unit of change radius function task Featuredialog is no longer closing when an error occurs implement temperature compensation in all alignments and bestfits automatization of "Datum- transformation" bug fix all "ok" and "cancel" buttons in the dialogs fixed "used" Attribute is not show, if the observation is not solved (feature... ...

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OpenIndy version 0.6.0-14 online

Intro to bundle adjustment An open-source bundle adjustment is now implemented in the current version of OpenIndy. Here you can download OpenIndy version 0.6.0-14. The following blog will guide you through OpenIndy and how to use the bundle adjustment. To demonstrate a use-case where the bundle adjustment is useful, we will check if a tube is leveled. Preparation To check if the tube is leveled, we will measure a circle on both sides of the tube. To do so, we need to link our two lasertracker (LT) stations, one on each side. We solve this step by sticking 4 common... ...

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layout with OpenIndy and Leica Lasertracker

Here is an example to mark up a layout with OpenIndy and a Leica Lasertracker AT402. Purpose of this task is to define your coordinate system for the production line, import the nominal points and mark their positions on the ground for later build up. To define the coordinate system, you may get the level information of your lasertracker first and then define the coordinate axis (e.g. in pillars of the factory). Workflow: import nominal points of the layout create geometries that define the coordinate system (level plane, points/ planes to define other coordinate axis (x or y axis on... ...

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OpenIndy version 0.5.0-13 online

Version 0.5.0-13 is now online on github. The new released version includes all laser tracker types of the common manufacturers and supports their functionality (for Leica Lasertrackers, only AT401 /AT402 are supported). Additional to the implemented laser trackers this version also provides an amount of functionality to measure basic geometries, make three- dimensional analysis with this gathered data, and construct more geometries out of the measured ones. Also you can check angles and distances between geometries and measure / use level information of the laser tracker to use for adjustments and evaluations. You have different possibilities to transform your tracker... ...

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2015

OpenIndy version 0.2.1 online

The version 0.2.1 of OpenIndy is now available. It is an alpha version and is therefor not intended for productive use, yet. Nevertheless you may play around with it and maybe even give use feedback. OpenIndy is delivered with a default plugin which contains basic functionality for fitting geometries like planes, circles, spheres etc.. Furthermore there is a virtual laser tracker implementation available which simulates a real laser tracker. If you have got any questions please do not hesitate to send us a mail. You may download the source and the compiled binaries (Windows 7 32bit) here. ...

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2014

A short overview of OpenIndy

OpenIndy is …

  • Open Source - easy customization and expansion
  • User friendly - clear graphical user interface and table view
  • Honestly - all analysis processes are transparent and their results fully visible
  • Accurately - consistent implementation of variance propagation

For whom is it intended? ...

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