Newsletter 2016

January 05, 2016

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Cut Inspection Times on Compact and Precision Components

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Use these Examples to Cut Inspection Times on Compact and Precision Components
The Image Dimension Measurement System, IM Series from KEYENCE, makes it possible to "just place and press" to perform a multitude of dimension inspections and tolerance judgments on your components. The IM even makes it possible to perform accurate and uniform measurements on smartphone components, which continue to become even more compact and precise. Click below for tips on how you can improve inspection on your precision parts.
Time-Saving Techniques for Digital Microscope Users
Are you using multiple microscopes for different research and analysis applications at work? This handy document from KEYENCE shows how digital microscope technology can help to save you time, enabling observation image capture and measurement using a single unit. Download the full document below.
Introducing Traceability Systems in 3 Simple Steps
Looking to introduce new traceability systems? These E-Books from KEYENCE guide you through the process in 3 simple steps and help you to quickly learn the key points involved with actual examples from the Automotive, Electronics, Food, Medical and Cosmetics industries. Click to download for free.
Tackle a Wide Variety of Applications with the LR-T Series
The LR-T Series sensor from KEYENCE allows you to solve a wide range of applications, across web tension control, hopper level detection, and long distance detection. Click below for full product details.
[New Product] A Revolutionary New Vision Sensor from KEYENCE
KEYENCE is delighted to announce a revolutionary new addition to its IV Series Range of Vision Sensors. This latest model boasts a range of diverse new features whilst remaining so easy-to-use that anyone can set it up in just 1 minute. Download the catalogue below to check out the latest features, including new detection tools for width diameter and edge presence.

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