Video Tutorial Collection: Vision-Guided Robotic Picking

This video series will guide you to get started with using the Mech-Mind Vision System. After watching this series, you will be able to use the vision system to capture images of workpieces and guide the robot to pick and place them.

  • :arrow_forward: Part 1: Vision System Hardware Setup
    After watching this video, you will know how to install a camera and IPC and establish communication between the two hardware. This process ensures efficient and effective image capturing.

    Click the link to view the accompanying tutorial document.

  • :arrow_forward: Part 2: Robot Interface Configuration
    This video shows how to establish communication between the Mech-Mind Vision System and the robot, enabling the vision system to guide the robot’s motion.

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  • :arrow_forward: Part 3: Hand-Eye Calibration (Master-Control)
    In this video, you will learn how to perform hand-eye calibration to obtain the transformation between the camera and the robot reference frames. This transformation aids the robot in accurately locating objects based on the camera’s perspective.

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  • :arrow_forward: Part 4: Workpiece Locating
    In this video, you will learn how to readily utilize a pre-built solution from Mech-Vision’s solution library to locate workpieces. The objective of workpiece locating is to guide the robot in picking them up accurately.

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  • :arrow_forward: Part 5: Perform Picking
    In this video, you will be guided through editing a Mech-Viz project’s workflow to plan a collision-free path for the robot to pick and place.

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    The version of software used in the video collection: V1.7.2.

More videos are coming soon…