Once you have set your master image you will automatically be brought to the inspection page. Your master image will be in the image screen and you will see an option to 'Add Inspection'
Clicking on the 'Add Inspection' button will bring up a modal of all the different types of inspections you can add.
Hovering over each one will tell you their functions and ideal use cases. You can select as many inspections you want and duplicate the same type of inspection over and over in any given program.
In this example we will select the text inspection to read the word ' Protein'
1. Select the 'Text' tool in order to read text. A blue 'bounding box' will appear to indicate where/what text the inspection tool is looking for.
On the ride side of the screen you can have a few options
a. You can rename the tool to help you keep track of what the inspection steps are doing
b. You have the option to fixture the inspection off of another inspection
c. You can apply image filters to the image to help enhance the image further
d. You can train the inspection to read a specific type of text
e. You can enter in the expected text you are looking for
f. Found: this is the text that the inspection in the bounding box is actually finding
(green=pass, red=no read)
2. Resize and move the bounding box to the specific text you want to inspect.
Best practice: large clear text is more consistently read and more reliable when building your inspection
From this screen we see the text in the bounding box is being read accurately and can save this inspection
3. Once you are satisfied with your inspection click save to save this inspection and go back to the main program page. You will see all the inspection steps you have built on the ride side of the screen. You can re arrange inspection steps to a different order if needed.