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Newsletter 2015

October 13, 2015

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Tips for Dimension Inspection, Lathe Processing and Molding Edition

Tips for Dimension Inspection, Lathe Processing and Molding Edition
Depending on how a part is processed, there may be key points that easily lead to the part becoming defective. In order to catch all these points, you can use this document to learn the tips for inspections that use a 2D dimension measurement system.
Master Magnified Observation and Measurement of Solder
You can use this document to learn about the basics and latest techniques of magnified observation and measurement such as observation of BGAs and leads and quantification of solder.
Adhering to the Latest Safety Standards?
GL-R Safety Light Curtains offer the highest level of protection. The best part: They are simple to setup and operate.
The Latest Edition of Our Incredibly Popular "Master of Static" Series
This document uses figures to explain the mechanisms of electrostatic charging and discharging in an easy-to-understand manner. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn the fundamental knowledge used to tackle problems with static electricity.
Why Are KEYENCE Optical Micrometers Loved and Used at Manufacturing Sites?
The reason is that they are equipped with a large number of functions and features that improve both efficiency and productivity at manufacturing sites. Download these materials to learn the secrets of these functions and features.
Laser Technology Introductory Guide
What are lasers? This technical guide can be used to learn the basics about lasers. It contains a wide variety of information such as oscillation principles, the characteristics of different wavelengths, and differences between oscillation methods.
5 Keys for Improving Profits with Machine Vision
This document introduces 5 leading image processing technologies for improving your profits.

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