Vision Sensor FH series Operation Manual Sysmac Studio

Vision Sensor FH series Operation Manual Sysmac Studio
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Vision Sensor FH series
Operation Manual Sysmac Studio
Calibration Plate Print Tool
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Z369-E1-01
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Table of Contents
1.
Revision History........................................................................................................... 4
2.
Introduction .................................................................................................................. 5
2.1. Introduction ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.2. Conventions Used in This Manual .................................................................................. 5
2.3. Terms and Conditions Agreement ................................................................................... 6
2.3.1. Warranty, Limatations of Liability ............................................................................ 6
2.3.2.
Application Considerations ..................................................................................... 7
2.3.3. Disclaimers ............................................................................................................. 7
2.4. Meanings of Signal Words .............................................................................................. 8
2.5. Precausions for Safe Use................................................................................................ 8
2.6. Precausions for Correct Use ........................................................................................... 8
2.7. Regulations and Standards ............................................................................................. 8
2.8. Related Manuals ............................................................................................................. 8
3.
About Calibration Plate Print .................................................................................... 11
3.1. Overview ........................................................................................................................ 11
3.2. Target Readers and Expected Skill Level ..................................................................... 12
3.3. Terminology ................................................................................................................... 12
3.4. Restrictions and Precautions for Use .............................................................................. 13
4.
Using Tools ................................................................................................................. 14
4.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Calibration Plate Print .................................... 14
4.2. Starting Calibration Plate Print ...................................................................................... 15
4.3. Setting Up the Calibration Plate Size ............................................................................ 16
4.4. Setting Up Parameters for Mark.................................................................................... 18
4.5. Setting Up Parameters for Orientation Guide ............................................................... 20
4.6. Save and Load Parameter Settings .............................................................................. 22
4.7. Adjusting Print Settings ................................................................................................. 22
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1. Revision History
Revision Symbol
Revision Date
01
December 1, 2015
Reason for Revision and Revised Page
First edition
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2. Introduction
2.1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing FH/FZ5 Series product.
This manual provides information regarding functions, performance and operating methods
that are required for using FH/FZ5 Series product. When using FH/FZ5 Series product, be
sure to observe the following:
• FH/FZ5 Series product must be operated by personnel knowledgeable in electrical engineering.
• To ensure correct use, please read this manual thoroughly to deepen your understanding of
the product.
• Please keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be referred to whenever necessary.
This Manual does not contain safety information and other details that are required for actual
use of a FH/FZ5 Series Controller. Thoroughly read and understand the manuals for all of the
devices that are used in this Manual to ensure that the system is used safely. Review the entire contents of these materials, including all safety precautions, precautions for safe use, and
precautions for correct use.
Any part or whole of this operation manual may not be copied, reproduced, or reprinted
without permission.
The contents of this manual, including product specifications, are subject to change based on
improvements of the product without prior notice. Your understanding is appreciated
We are committed to providing precise information. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the contents of this document, please do not hesitate to contact us. When you
contact us, please be sure to provide us with the Catalog number printed on the back cover.
2.2. Conventions Used in This Manual
Symbols in this manual are used as follows:
Safety Information
Things that should be done or avoided to safely use the product.
Precautions for Use
Things that should be done or avoided to prevent malfunction, false operation, or other negative
effects to the product.
Useful Information
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Things that may apply to certain situations. Information and tips that help you use the product
seamlessly. This information is provided to increase understanding or make operation easier.
Reference
Location of detailed or related information.
2.3. Terms and Conditions Agreement
2.3.1.

Warranty, Limatations of Liability
Warranties
● Exclusive Warranty
Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied.
● Limitations
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THEIR INTENDED USE.
Omron further disclaims all warranties and responsibility of any type for claims or expenses
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Omron’s sole obligation hereunder shall be, at Omron’s election, to (i) replace (in the form
originally shipped with Buyer responsible for labor charges for removal or replacement thereof) the non-complying Product, (ii) repair the non-complying Product, or (iii) repay or credit
Buyer an amount equal to the purchase price of the non-complying Product; provided that in
no event shall Omron be responsible for warranty, repair, indemnity or any other claims or
expenses regarding the Products unless Omron’s analysis confirms that the Products were
properly handled, stored, installed and maintained and not subject to contamination, abuse,
misuse or inappropriate modification. Return of any Products by Buyer must be approved in
writing by Omron before shipment. Omron Companies shall not be liable for the suitability or
unsuitability or the results from the use of Products in combination with any electrical or electronic components, circuits, system assemblies or any other materials or substances or environments. Any advice, recommendations or information given orally or in writing, are not to be
construed as an amendment or addition to the above warranty.
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
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Further, in no event shall liability of Omron Companies exceed the individual price of the
Product on which liability is asserted.
2.3.2.

Application Considerations
Suitability of Use
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes or regulations which apply to the combination of the Product in the Buyer’s application or use of the
Product. At Buyer’s request, Omron will provide applicable third party certification documents
identifying ratings and limitations of use which apply to the Product. This information by itself
is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the Product in combination
with the end product, machine, system, or other application or use. Buyer shall be solely responsible for determining appropriateness of the particular Product with respect to Buyer’s
application, product or system. Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE
OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY
RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT
OR SYSTEM.

Programmable Products
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable
Product, or any consequence thereof.
2.3.3.
Disclaimers
 Performance Data
Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs and other materials is provided as a
guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s test conditions, and the user must correlate it to actual application
requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
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 Change in Specifications
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements
and other reasons. It is our practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are made. However, some
specifications of the Product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part
numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application. Please
consult with your Omron’s representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
 Error and Omissions
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or
omissions.
2.4. Meanings of Signal Words
For details on Meanings of Signal Words, refer to Meanings of Signal Words in Vision System
FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
2.5. Precausions for Safe Use
For details on Precautions for Safe Use, refer to Precautions for Safe Use in Vision System
FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
2.6. Precausions for Correct Use
For details on Precautions for Correct Use, refer to Precautions for Correct Use in Vision
System FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
2.7. Regulations and Standards
For details on Regulations and Standards, refer to Regulations and Standarrds in Vision
System FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
2.8. Related Manuals
The following manuals are related to the FH-series Sensor Controllers. Use these manuals for
reference.
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Cat. No.
Z340-E1
Manual name
Content
Application
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to con-
FH/FZ5 Series
settings on the sensor con-
figure FH/FZ5 Series
User's Manual
troller of FH/FZ5 Series
Vision Sensors.
Vision Sensors.
Z341-E1
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to con-
FH/FZ5 Series
settings for processing
figure settings for
Processing Item Function
items for FH/FZ5 Series
processing items for
Reference Manual
Vision Sensors.
FH/FZ5 Series Vision
Sensors.
Z342-E1
Z343-E1
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to con-
FH/FZ5 Series
communication settings on
figure communication
User's Manual
the sensor controller of
settings for FH/FZ5
(Communications Settings)
FH/FZ5 Series Vision
Series Vision Sen-
Sensors.
sors.
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to con-
FH Series
FH Series Sensor Control-
figure FH Series
Operation Manual
lers on Sysmac Studio.
Sensor Controllers.
Sysmac Studio
Describes the operation of
To learn the operation
Version 1
Sysmac Studio.
and functions of
Sysmac Studio
W504-E1
Operation Manual
Z369-E1
Sysmac Studio.
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup
FH Series
and operate Calibration
procedure for printing
Operation Manual
Plate Print on Sysmac Stu-
the Pattern on a Cal-
Sysmac Studio
dio on FH Sensor Control-
ibration Plate used for
Calibration Plate Print
lers.
calibration for cam-
(This manual)
eras and robots on
Sysmac Studio.
Z370-E1
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup
FH Series
and operate Conveyor
procedure of the wiz-
Operation Manual
Calibration Wizard Tool on
ard style calibration
Sysmac Studio
Sysmac Studio on FH
for cameras, robots,
Conveyor Tracking Calibration
Sensor Controllers.
or conveyors.
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup
FH Series
and operate Conveyor
procedure of pano-
Operation Manual
Panorama Display Tool on
rama display for im-
Sysmac Studio
Sysmac Studio on FH
age capture of targets
Conveyor Panorama Display Tool
Sensor Controllers.
on conveyors.
Wizard Tool
Z371-E1
9
Z368-E1
Vision Sensor
Describes the setting pro-
To learn the setting
FH Series
cedure of sample macros
procedure of sample
Conveyor Tracking Application
used for applications of
macros for conveyor
Programming Guide
conveyor tracking on FH
tracking.
Sensor Controllers.
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3. About Calibration Plate Print
3.1. Overview
Calibration Plate Print is a tool to print a Pattern onto a Calibration Plate. The Calibration Plate is
used for distortion correction of camera image and calibration of the coordinate system used for
image capture and conveyor tracking.
The following illustration depicts the Calibration Plate and its components. You can adjust the
parameter for each component and print out the Pattern based on the settings.
1
2
3
4
5
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No
1
Part
Origin
Explanation
The origin point of the coordinate system for camera is
located at the top left corner of Calibration Plate.
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Pattern
The whole pattern printed on Calibration Plate.
Dots which comprise the Pattern.
3
Mark
The center of the top left mark functions as the offset.
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Center point
A Mark located at the center of Pattern.
The isosceles right triangles located at the four cor-
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Orientation Guide
ners of Calibration Plate that are used as guide to
grasp the orientation of Calibration Plate on captured
images.
You can set up the print size and Pattern according to the width of the conveyor and camera field
of view (FOV) using the Calibration Plate Print, and print it out with a printer installed on your PC by
clicking the Print button.
3.2. Target Readers and Expected Skill Level
Target readers of this manual include developers of visual conveyor tracking systems, and engineers and programmers who support end users of visual conveyor tracking systems.
3.3. Terminology
Term
Conveyor tracking
Definition
A function that enables a robot to track targets moving on a
conveyor. Transfer of targets from/to moving conveyors is
enabled by combining the Conveyor Tracking function and
the Pick & Place function.
Visual Conveyor Tracking
A conveyor tracking system for production lines that use
vision sensors.
Calibration
A process that generates parameters to correct camera
image distortion and reciprocally convert coordinate systems
that differ from the camera coordinate system.
Calibration Plate
A plate-shaped reference jig that is used for calibration of
vision sensors.
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3.4. Restrictions and Precautions for Use
Item
Pattern
Restriction
You can specify the number of columns and rows of Pattern
as you want within the limit.
・Minimum pattern: 5 columns x 5 rows
・Maximum pattern: 19 columns x 19 rows
Mark
The radius and interval of marks are expressed in millimeter.
Precise Calibration
If Pattern is a square matrix, it can be used for the Precise
Calibration processing item on FH Sensor Controller.
Precautions for Use
・The printing is based on a zoom factor of 100 percent.
・Depending on the printer settings for the margins and others, and the settings of the calibration
pattern, the following symptoms may occur:
: The printed calibration pattern is blurred or out of focus.
: The margins are included in reducing the size, causing a change in the point distance and the
radius.
・Thus, after the printing, check that the size and distance of the calibration marks are the same as
the settings, using a measuring tool, such as a ruler.
・The quality of Calibration Plate affects the accuracy of calibration. If Calibration Plate is printed
on paper, the quality of the paper and print gaps will affect the calibration accuracy.
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4. Using Tools
4.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Calibration Plate Print
After launching the Calibration Plate Print, follow the below procedure.
1. Set the size of the Calibration Plate.
2. Set up the parameters for Calibration Marks.
3. Set up parameters for Orientation indicator.
4. Save settings.
5. Adjust print settings.
The following illustration shows the user interface of Calibration Plate Print.
1. Set the size of the
Calibration Plate.
2. Set up parameters for
Marks.
3. Set up parameters for
Orientation indicator.
4. Save settings.
5. Adjust print
6. Preview
7. Notification pane
Item
Explanation
Size Settings
Sets the size of Calibration Plate.
Pattern Settings
Sets up parameters for Marks, such as the position and count.
Orientation Guide Set-
Enable/disable the Orientation Guide, and set up position parameters.
tings
Save Settings and
Saves and loads the settings.
Load Settings
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Print
Prints out the set Calibration Plate using a printer installed on your PC.
Preview
Shows a print image of Calibration Plate reflecting settings you are adjusting.
Notification pane
Shows notifications for each parameter.
4.2. Starting Calibration Plate Print
On the main window of FH Sensor Controller, select Tool under Multiview Explorer.
1.Under Multiview Explorer, click Tool for the target FH Sensor Controller.
Available tools will be displayed.
2. Double click Calibration Plate Print Tool. Calibration Plate Print Tool will start and
the Calibration Plate Print tab page will be displayed.
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4.3. Setting Up the Calibration Plate Size
You can specify the size of a Calibration Plate according to the FOV and the size of conveyor you
are using.
1. Select the desired option from Calibration Plate Size Settings.
The Size Settings parameter changes corresponding to the selected option.

If you select Paper Size, see 2.

If you select User Defined Size, see 3.
Value
Setting
Plate Size Settings
[Factory Default]
Explanation

[Paper Size]

User Defined
If you select Paper Size, you can select the
Size
paper size from A0 to A7 from the Paper
Sets the size of Calibration Plate.
Size drop-down list under Size Settings.
If you select User Defined Size, you can
adjust the width and height of Calibration
Plate under Size Settings.
2.
Select the desired paper size under Paper Size. Click , and then select the paper size
from the opened drop-down list.
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Value
Parameter
Explanation
[Factory Default]
Size Settings

A0
Sets the size of Calibration Plate between the
Paper Size

A1
paper sizes of A0 to A7.

A2

A3

[A4]
A0(841×1189 mm)

A5
A1(594×841 mm)

A6
A2(420×594 mm)

A7
A3(297×420 mm)
The following data is each size: width×height.
A4(210×297 mm)
A5(148×210 mm)
A6(105×148 mm)
A7(74×105 mm)
Precautions for Use
The size and Mark Setting is set to A4 (210 x 297 mm) as factory default. Therefore, if you select
a size smaller than A4, an error message, "Be sure not to exceed the paper size when adjusting
parameters." appears in the Notification pane. Adjust the Mark Setting according to the paper
size.
3. Set the desired width and height from the Plate Width: box and the Plate Height: box
under Size Settings. Adjust the value by clicking  and , or type it into the boxes.
Value
Parameter
Explanation
[Factory Default]
Size Settings

30 to 2000
Set the width of the Calibration Plate in integers
Plate Width:

[210]
from 30 to 2000 mm. Values outside this range
are not allowed.
Size Settings

30 to 2000
Set the height of the Calibration Plate in inte-
Plate Height:

[297]
gers from 30 to 2000 mm. Values outside this
range are not allowed.
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Precautions for Use
If the size of Pattern exceeds the paper size or if Marks overlap each other or the Orientation
indicator, either of the following error messages will appear. "Be sure not to exceed the paper size
when adjusting parameters." or "Be sure not to overlap the pattern and orientation guide when
adjusting parameters".
If that happens, adjust parameters to be within the allowable range.
Useful Information
Make the size of Calibration Plate as close to the FOV as possible. Calibrating using the entire
FOV may improve calibration accuracy.
4.4. Setting Up Parameters for Mark
You can set up the count and size of Marks that will be printed on Calibration Plate.
1.
Specify the number of Marks per row from the Row(Odd Value) box.
Adjust the value by clicking  and , or type it into the box.
2.
Specify the number of Marks per column from the Column(Odd Value) box.
Adjust the value by clicking  and , or type it into the box.
Parameter
Row(Odd Value)
Value
Explanation
[Factory Default]
5 to 19
Sets the number of rows of Marks in the range of
[19]
integer 5 to 19. Values outside the range are not
allowed.
Column(Odd Value)
5 to 19
Sets the number of columns of Marks in the range
[19]
of integer 5 to 19. Values outside the range are not
allowed.
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Useful Information

Include many Marks so that the Calibration Pattern occupies a large area of the FOV.
This improves the accuracy of camera distortion correction.

Only odd numbers are allowed for specifying the number of Marks per row or per column so
that the Calibration Pattern has a center point determined based on the values.

The horizontal line of Calibration Pattern is called row, and the vertical line of that is called
column. In the following figure, the number of marks per row (Row Points) is set to 7, and
number of marks per column (Column Points) is set to 5, creating seven columns and five
rows.
Column
1
Row
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
3.
Set the Mark radius from the Radius box. Adjust the value by clicking  and , or type it into
the box.
4.
Set the distance between Marks from the Distance Between Marks: box. Adjust the value by
clicking  and , or type it into the box.
Value
Parameter
Radius
Explanation
[Factory Default]

1 to 200
Sets the radius of Mark (integer, range: 1 to

[4]
200. Unit of Measure: mm). Values outside this
range are not allowed.
Delete [:]

1 to 200
Sets the distance between Marks (integer,

[10]
range: 1 to 200. Unit of Measure: mm). Values
outside this range are not allowed.
Useful Information
Make Marks large, but be sure that they do not overlap with adjacent ones. Setting a larger radius
stabilizes the measurement and improves accuracy.
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5. Select the point to start printing Pattern (the center of the top left Mark) from the option boxes.
The top left corner of Calibration Plate is the origin point. From there, the horizontal line is the x
axis, and the vertical line is the y axis. Adjust the value by clicking  and , or type it into the
boxes.
Value
Parameter
Start Position X
Explanation
[Factory Default]

1 to 2000
The x coordinate of the start point of Pattern

[15]
print (the center of the top left Mark) specified
as an integer from 1 to 2000. Unit of Measure:
mm. Values outside this range are not allowed.
Start Position Y

1 to 2000
The y coordinate of the start point of Pattern

[58.5]
print (the center of the top left Mark) specified
as an integer from 1 to 2000. Unit of Measure:
mm. Values outside this range are not allowed.
Precautions for Use
If the size of Pattern exceeds the paper size, or if Marks overlap each other or the Orientation
indicator, either of the following error messages may appear. "Be sure not to exceed the paper
size when adjusting parameters." or "Be sure not to overlap the pattern and orientation guide
when adjusting parameters". If that happens, adjust parameters to be within allowable range.
Useful Information
Value of Start Position Y: changes 1 mm per click of  or . Manual entry is also available
only by 1 mm.
4.5. Setting Up Parameters for Orientation Guide
You can select whether or not to show a symbol to indicate the orientation (Orientation Guide) on
the corners of Calibration Plate, and also the size of Orientation indicator.
1. If you want to specify the orientation of Calibration Plate using Orientation indicator, select the
Display Orientation Guide check box.
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2. Select the desired position of Orientation Guide from the drop-down list by clicking .
3. Adjust the size of Orientation Guide from the Orientation Guide Size: box. Adjust the value by
clicking  and , or type it into the box.
Value
Parameter
Explanation
[Factory Default]
Display Orientation

[Selected]
Guide

Not selected
Select if you want to specify the orientation of
Calibration Plate using Orientation indicator.
If it is not selected, the following parameters
will be unavailable.
Display Orientation

[Upper Left]
Guide

Upper Right

Lower Left

Lower Right
Orientation Guide

1 to 2000
Size:

[10]
Sets the location of Orientation indicator.
Sets the size of Orientation indicator in integer
from 1 to 2000 Unit of Measure: mm
This value is the length of two equal sides of
the isosceles triangle. Values outside this range
are not allowed.
Precautions for Use
If the size of Pattern exceeds the paper size or if Marks overlap each other or the Orientation
indicator, either of the following error messages may appear. "Be sure not to exceed the paper
size when adjusting parameters." or "Be sure not to overlap the pattern and orientation guide
when adjusting parameters." If that happens, adjust parameters to be within allowable range.
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4.6. Save and Load Parameter Settings
You can center, save, and load the parameters set by Calibration Plate Print using the following
buttons.
1. Click Centering to place the set Pattern at the center of the paper size or manually entered size
determined under Size Settings. Pattern will be centered.
2. Click Save Settings to save parameters set by Calibration Plate Print.
Then, the Save as dialog box appears. Select a folder in your PC, enter the parameter file in the
ini format, and then click Save.
The default name of the parameter file is "FZ-CalibrationPlate.ini".
3. Click Load Settings to load parameters saved in the ini format.
Then, the Open dialog box appears. Select the parameter file saved in the ini format, and click
Open.
Button
Centering
Explanation
Aligns the Pattern to the center of the standard paper size, or custom
paper size set in the Size Settings menu.
Save Settings
Saves parameters configured by Calibration Plate Print in the [.ini] format. The file is saved with the name "FZ-CalibrationPlate.ini".
Load Settings
Loads parameters saved in the [.ini] file format.
4.7. Adjusting Print Settings
You can print the Pattern with the settings selected in the Calibration Plate Print.
Click Print.
The Print dialog box will appear. Select a printer to use from Printer Name.
Adjust settings under Print Name, and execute printing.
Button
Print
Explanation
Prints out Pattern.
You can do this from the Print dialog box on your PC.
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PuDong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China
Tel: (86) 21-5037-2222/Fax: (86) 21-5037-2200
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In the interest of product improvement,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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