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Camera alignment for fabri vision scanner.Used in sheet metal shop

There is 7 or 8 camera in this unit. Need calibration standard

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There are 8 CCD cameras.Before I can help I need to know what kind of machine you have FV4600 or FV4800? or machine serial number so I can cross reference? Or you can contact the following:

Angel Lee
GaugeOne International
Fabrivision Service Specialist
email: gaugeoneintl@earthlink.net
Cell Phone: 818-381-1568

Posted on May 19, 2009

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