Newsletter 2015

September 14, 2015

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What Makes our 2D/3D Profiler Different?

What Makes our 2D/3D Profiler Different?
With dozens of profilers available in the market today, it can be hard to determine which one will provide a lasting solution for your current and future applications. Download the catalog below to learn about five of the many technologies that differentiate us from conventional laser profilers and how those differences benefit you.
A High-resolution (0.1 μm), Contact-type Displacement Sensor That Can be Installed at Low Cost
With the GT2 Series, highly accurate multi-point measurements can be achieved at low cost and with minimal space requirements.
Time Saving Tips for Dimensional Measurement of Automotive Parts
With the Image Dimension Measurement System IM Series, "just place and press" to perform a variety of tasks on components ranging from dimension measurements to tolerance judgments. This document introduces six typical examples of components to show how the IM Series can be used with automotive industry related components, of which there is a great variety.
Quantify Differences in Processing, Feel, and Texture! Master Roughness Parameters.
This document uses actual examples to explain what sort of evaluations are possible with roughness parameters. Use this document to learn about the four typical roughness parameters!
[New] Laser Technology Introductory Guide -Setting & Usage-
In addition to possessing the improved marking quality required by our customers, KEYENCE laser markers are now multifunction devices. Why can even new users easily take full advantage of the many functions of KEYENCE laser markers? This guide explains the settings of the optimal marking conditions and marking verification in terms of the software used.
Versatile RGB Color Sensors For Any Application
Differentiate between any color with our reliable color-matching based detection.
Expert Tricks of Machine Vision Inspection
Just by manipulating the illumination and the settings, you could achieve the inspections that you have previously given up on.

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