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PROGRAMMING OF ODD-FORM APPLICATIONS FASTER AND
SIMPLER WITH THE ALL NEW CHAD VisionTeach™ OPTION

Jan '01, ORANGE, CA - With the all new CHAD VisionTeach™ option, teaching of insertion /placement board locations for odd-form assembly is faster and more precise. By using machine vision to pin point insertion locations versus manually "eyeballing" them, programming is simplified and significantly improved when compared to conventional teaching methods. In addition, VisionTeach™ is more ergonomic and user friendly than conventional manual teaching methods, which usually require the operator to eyeball the insertion/placement location from within the actual work envelope of the system.

Using the VisionTeach™ option is simple. With a manual control pendant, the operator simply jogs the manipulator system to align a set of crosshairs shown on a monitor to the hole that is to be taught. This location is then recorded into the assembly database and the operator continues to teach the next insertion location in the assembly sequence. Part orientation and calculation of the "Z" insertion height can also be programmed using this tool.

Known for setting industry standards in odd-form electronics assembly, CHAD has once again made its mark in the electronics assembly industry by offering the most technologically advanced automation product available. For more information on this or any of CHAD's assembly solutions, please contact us at 1565 S. Sinclair Street, Anaheim, CA 92806, USA Tel (714) 938-0080, Fax (714) 938-0630, or visit our Web Site at www.chadindustries.net.

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