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    when i open the program i get a tip not calibrated message. is there any way to get it to tell me which one isnt calibrated? the program is over 25000 lines long with a massive amount of tips, so i dont want to have to write each one down and look to see if it is calibrated.

  • #2
    You could just calibrate all the tips

    EDIT: I mean, if you're using them in that program already...

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    • Rush2112
      Rush2112 commented
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      I could, but that would take 2-3 hours. i'm using an analog scanning sensor so it takes a minimum of 25 hits to calibrate each position.

    • InspectorJester
      InspectorJester commented
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      My point is; if you're using any tips in a PC-DMIS program, it should be calibrated. If you calibrate all the tips you're going to use the message should go away

  • #3
    If that does not suffice; You can use the "Find" tool to search for the string "TIP/", and stroll through that list until you find the right one.
    Alt+F3

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    • #4
      Not much of a shortcut but what I do. I keep my little binoculars as a quick button. Type the word Load, that will take me to each probe build in the program.

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      Click my Calibration button. Click on Mark used and scroll over and look at the date of last calibration of highlighted angles.

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      (In Memory of my Loving wife, "Ronda" who I lost March 7, 2016. I love you baby.)
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      • AndersI
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        ... and repeat for each LOADPROBE command (only once for each probe file).

        (oh, you already said that, tangentially)

    • #5
      I figured out that i could do the search while watching the settings toolbar to see which one came up with an asterisk.

      I was also able to figure out that i have 110 tip changes in the program.

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