Newsletter 2016

February 29, 2016

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Get more from Your Inspection and Measurement

e-News@KEYENCE
How Can I Improve the Analysis Capability of My Current Microscope?
This document introduces a way to enable advanced, digital magnified analysis simply by connecting KEYENCE's VHX to the device that you are using right now.
These days, it is imperative to convert to digital magnified observation equipment, but this product is a perfect fit for those individuals who still want to use their existing equipment.
Read About Our Completely Innovative Dimension Measurement System
·How can we perform measurements just by placing the target and pressing the button?
·How much inspection time can we save?
·What are the sizes of targets that the IM Series can measure?

This document contains answers to these and many other questions to provide you with all the information about the IM Series Image Dimension Measurement System from KEYENCE.
Would You Like to Perform In-Line, 100% Inspections of Dimensions?
The high-speed, precision 2D optical comparator of the TM-3000 Series enables it to measure the outer diameters and dimensions of multiple points at the same time.
[New Product] Vision Sensor Revolution
A new IV Series vision sensor model has been released. This model boasts even more diverse functions and improved usability so anyone can start using it in just 1 minute.
Please also take a look at our new detection tools, including width, diameter, and edge presence.
Learn about Marking on Metal Workpieces
Did you know that laser marking is becoming the mainstream for metal marking? You can use this text to easily learn the advantages of using laser markers to perform metal marking, the way to select a laser, and marking/processing techniques.
What Are the Advantages of a Code Reader with a Field of View That Is 4x Larger Than Conventional Products?
This leaflet introduces examples of actual solutions using the Autofocus 1D and 2D Code Reader SR-1000 Series in the automotive, electronic, and food and packaging industries.

Technical E-news

Learn the latest in sensors, vision systems, measuring instruments, laser markers and microscopes.