PolyWorks IMInspect Reference Guide Comparison and Verification

1. Overview
This section provides an overview of the IMInspect package, presents its graphical user interface, and describes its basic functions.
2. Importing Objects and Opening IMInspect Projects
This section presents methods of importing Data and Reference objects, Primitives,and objects from IMInspect and IMEdit Projects. It also explains how to open IMInspect Projects.
3. Using the Object Tree
This section shows how to use the object-oriented Tree View pane.
4. Controlling the Display
This section describes the 3D visualization capabilities.
5. Selecting and Editing Objects
This section describes the tools for selecting and editing objects, including Data and Reference objects.
6. Selecting and Editing Object Elements
This section shows the tools for selecting and editing the elements of Data and Reference objects.

7. Creating and Editing Features
This section presents IMInspect tools for creating and editing Features. IMInspect currently supports the following types of Features: Circles, Cones, Cylinders, Planes,Points, Polygons, Polylines, Rectangles, Slots, Spheres, and Vectors.
8. Probing
This section presents IMInspect tools for probing Features, Point Clouds, Comparison Points, Cross-Sections, and Profile and Flush & Gap Gauges.
9. Manipulating Primitives and Primitive Relationships
This section presents operations for manipulating Primitives and assigning feature codes to Primitives.
10. Aligning Objects
This section presents the methods of aligning Data objects to Reference objects.
11. Overview of the Comparison Tools
This section presents an overview of the comparison tools found in sections 12, 13,14, and 15.
12. Mapping Data Points on Data, Reference, and Primitive Objects
This section presents the methods for comparing Data points to a Reference surface and to a Primitive.
13. Comparison Points
This section presents the methods for comparing locally a point cloud or polygonal Data object to a Reference surface using Comparison Points.
14. Using Cross-Sections
This section presents the approach to building Cross-Sections of Data and Reference objects for measurement or comparison purposes.
15. Visualizing Comparison Results
This section presents 3D graphical methods of visualizing comparison results.
16. Overview of the Measurement Tools
This section presents an overview of the measurement tools found in sections 17, 18,19, 20, 21, and 22.

17. Using Calipers
This section presents IMInspect tools for measuring object dimensions using 2D and 3D Caliper Gauges.
18. Using Airfoil Gauges
This section presents IMInspect tools for measuring airfoil dimensions using Airfoil Gauges. The gauges are programmable.
19. Using Flush & Gap Gauges
This section presents IMInspect tools for measuring flush and gap dimensions using Flush & Gap Gauges. The gauges are programmable.
20. Using Profile Gauges
This section presents IMInspect tools for measuring profile radii using Profile Gauges.The gauges are programmable.
21. Inspecting Features
This section presents IMInspect tools for using Feature objects for automating inspection.
22. Taking Basic, Survey, and Other Measurements
This section presents the interactive techniques for directly measuring point-to-point and point-to-line distances, angles and radii, as well as techniques for measuring fillet radii, surface thickness, and surface-to-plane volume. This section also presents interactive techniques for surveyors who wish to measure angles and distances.
23. Overview of the Report Techniques
This section presents an overview of the report techniques found in sections 24, 25,26, 27, and 28.
24. Text Annotations, Snapshots, 2D Vector Graphics, and Pie Charts
This section presents IMInspect tools related to Annotations, Snapshots, and 2D Vector Graphics. It also explains how to generate a Pie Chart of current alignment and comparison results and how to prepare it for export to Excel.
25. Generating and Maintaining Tabular Reports
This section explains how to visualize a completely customizable table report item and how to prepare it for export to Excel, HTML, or Word, or as a text file.
26. Preparing Report Items for Export to Excel, HTML, Word, and Text File This section presents preparing and exporting reports to ASCII, Excel, HTML, and Word formats.
27. Preparing Formatted Reports
This section presents EZLayout, IMInspect’s tool for preparing layouts and generating formatted reports using layouts.
28. Generating Animated Reports
This section explains how to make a video report by grabbing poses of the 3D scene and adding text and audio captions. You may export the video to AVI format, or as an executable file that includes the IMMedia viewer.
29. Exporting Objects and Saving IMInspect Projects
This section presents methods of exporting objects and saving IMInspect Projects.
30. Automating tasks
This section briefly presents IMInspect macro and plug-in possibilities, and references the Macro and SDK Reference Guide for complete information. 

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