This is the second installment of our popular technical guide series, containing examples of non-contact inspections and detailed explanations of the latest features and technologies. Each document covers a different manufacturing process.
This document contains suggestions for ways to use the newly equipped illuminated measurement function to easily solve measurement problems. We hope that all those individuals who are performing inspections with projectors and similar devices will read this document.
No mechanism is required to move the sensor head itself. This allows for space-saving installation which can greatly reduce costs at initial setup. Plus any worries about variations in accuracy due to the jig are eliminated.
Are you repeatedly making prototypes and performing evaluations in order to reduce product costs and increase product performance? We'll introduce some tricks for using a digital microscope to perform efficient evaluations.
We'll use observation images to introduce observation techniques, methods to quantify judgment indices, and other similar information. Read this information to learn some key points about evaluations and the way to perform evaluations so that both the number of times that prototyping is performed and the development period are reduced.
Perfectly align GL-R safety light curtains in seconds with KEYENCE's optional safety device configurator. Simply connect to your curtains and clearly see the alignment status of EACH INDIVIDUAL BEAM in REAL-TIME!
Along with this innovative alignment tool, Keyence's GL-R Series Safety Light Curtains also feature a sturdy and durable frame, as well as high powered beams. This allows the curtains to maintain proper alignment, regardless of vibration or minor build-up, in order ensure consistently stable detection.
You can use this popular technical guide to learn about a variety of technical information that is useful to know when selecting and using laser markers. Topics covered include visible lasers, invisible lasers, lasers that react to metal and resin, and the reasons why resin is discolored by laser light.