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    Why does PC-DMIS vision save a lot of text files during execution of programs?
    Is there a way to turn this off, I just finished deleting about 2000 from my drive.

  • #2
    Where are they being saved? I can then check to see if my system does the same thing. Is it a debug text file?

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    • #3
      They are being saved in whatever directory the program resides. Debug is not activated.
      V2014.1
      Last edited by BKulpa; 05-14-2019, 07:44 AM. Reason: Added version

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      • #4
        Looking at the file it's a focus debug, but I can't find anywhere to turn it off. Regular debug is turned off.

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        • #5
          Check the F5 settings, I think there is something in there relating to vision and files saving (debug/trace stuff).
          PC-DMIS CAD++ 2o19 R1 SP2

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          • BKulpa
            BKulpa commented
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            I'm not seeing anything.

        • #6
          Do you have vision diagnostics toggled ON?

          VisionDiagnostics.jpg

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          • vpt.se
            vpt.se commented
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            This is the one ^^

            I thought this was available in the F5 settings (the checkboxlist of options).

          • BKulpa
            BKulpa commented
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            Doesn't appear to be toggled on.

        • #7
          BKulpa What's in the text file?

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          • #8
            ***********************************
            Focus Debug Information
            ***********************************
            Date and Time Focus Performed: 15:May:19 08:02:35 AM

            Focus FPS 30.125692


            Focus returns false In CFocusFinderX::CalculateFocusPeak function, due to insufficient samples before/after sample with highest focus score. Number of samples before is 24, Number of samples after is 5, and number of samples required is 10

            Focus returns warning during focus process

            Focus failed to calculate QRD/SignalZone during focus process


            FOCUS PARAMETERS:
            Focus Parameters: Size and Location: Width Height X Y Z= 46 46 241.042522 192.455296 30.988083
            Focus Parameters: Focus Mode = Auto Control
            Focus Parameters: m_Range = 2.611943
            Focus Parameters: m_bFindSurface = false
            Focus Parameters: m_dSurfaceVariance = 1.000000
            Focus Parameters: m_Duration = 1.002349
            Focus Parameters: m_bPreScan = false
            Focus Parameters: m_dFocusFPS = 29.929704
            Focus Parameters: m_dFocusLatency = -0.008383
            Focus Parameters: m_dFocusStartDelayDown = 0.254516
            Focus Parameters: m_dFocusStartDelayUp = 0.303646
            Focus Parameters: m_Angle = 0.000000
            Focus Parameters: m_bDoFocusAtFOVCenter = false
            Focus Parameters: m_bManual = false
            Focus Parameters: m_bMoveToFocusPosition = true
            Focus Parameters: m_bMoveToStartPoint = false
            Focus Parameters: m_bTaught = false
            Focus Parameters: m_bTeach = false
            Focus Parameters: m_bUpdateMotionData = false
            Focus Parameters: m_FocusAssist = HAL_FOCUS_ASSIST_NONE
            Focus Parameters: m_MoveVector = 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000
            Focus Parameters: m_dQRD = 0.870648
            m_dQuadraticRegionDepth value at time of focus problem = 0.870648
            Focus: Using New Focus Code = true

            FOCUS ZPosition and Score Data:

            =========================================

            FocusScore ZPosition

            =========================================

            2141206995678527518
            6.653207 -1.559168
            7.254157 -1.426963
            6.767221 -1.367982
            7.187648 -1.296858
            7.788599 -1.179525
            7.866983 -1.125055
            8.308789 -1.038411
            8.213777 -0.919249
            8.845606 -0.855846
            9.890736 -0.769272
            10.439430 -0.651820
            11.237530 -0.590221
            13.612827 -0.507917
            15.624703 -0.381358
            18.154394 -0.322059
            23.111639 -0.260234
            29.437055 -0.177544
            34.527316 -0.067519
            45.505938 0.013566
            57.456057 0.101382
            68.562945 0.214046
            78.422803 0.272641
            86.541568 0.360116
            94.553444 0.480006
            98.840855 0.554817
            95.736342 0.654017
            94.819477 0.712097
            86.441805 0.790413
            80.038005 0.874339
            67.420428 0.997030
            PassId = 0, ScanStart = {241.042522, 192.455296, 28.890365}, ScanEnd = {241.042522, 192.455296, 32.293555}, dHalfFocusRange = 1.305972, dWorkingFocus = 0.000000, dwScanTime = 1002, m_dFocusScanSpeed = 2.605823.
            So there's a file like this for each surface point in a program and it updates on each execution, so it repeats what's above over and over.

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            • #9
              2019-05-15_10-13-41.jpg

              check here.
              Ex-Hex

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              • BKulpa
                BKulpa commented
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                I don't have that option on my version.

            • #10
              BKulpa Go to Settings Editor:

              Search for "FocusDataLogSetting", is it set to 1 or 0? Should be 0.

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              • BKulpa
                BKulpa commented
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                DING, DING, DING
                We have a winner, mine was set at 2.

                I'll let you know if that works tomorrow.

              • bfire85
                bfire85 commented
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                Sweet! Hopefully that works!

              • BKulpa
                BKulpa commented
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                I checked this morning, no text files.

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