This material will introduce examples of observation conducted during research and development, as well as examples of observation that have been performed on-site in various industries. This includes the "automotive industry, metals, semiconductors, electronic devices, solar batteries, medical, medicine, and biological fields, as well as food and pharmaceuticals".
We have organised and will introduce these materials in response to demands for the following information...
・Information on the types of analysis being performed in the same industry
・Observation examples from other companies for reference purposes
・A look at the imaging performance of our latest digital microscope
・Information of differences between the digital microscope and other observation devices such as an optical microscope
We hope that you will find this material useful for product development, quality control, claim resolution, or inspection tasks.
The Vision Sensor has been equipped with an automatic focus and automatic iris function that enable anyone to capture clear and optimal images with ease.
Even a first time user can easily setup the Vision Sensor without the use of a manual.
Are there areas where you have given up on detection due to misalignment from transportation or unstable reflection?
The IV series views targets in a 2 dimensional area, thus allowing for stabilised judgment.
A rich variation of sensor heads is available to accommodate everything from color type to distance, expanding the range of available support even when installation space is limited.
Feel free to have a look.
Volume 7 of our Image Processing Basics Series is about KEYENCE's original measuring tool, the Trend Edge Tool. The Trend Edge Tool can be used in a wide range of applications from detecting the position of circles and lines to burr and chip inspection.
This is an introduction to the "Trend Edge Tool", a tool that can be used for various types of inspection, including the inspection of burrs and chips that have been obtained from distances following the detection of circles and lines from edge detection that encompass a maximum of 5,000 segments. Used in conjunction with flaw inspection, this tool performs surface inspection which is regarded as something that only KEYENCE can provide.