Newsletter 2017

February 13, 2017

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Contact & Non-Contact Measurement | Laser Marking

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Improve Quality, Increase Customer Confidence, Reduce Costs
KEYENCE image dimension measurement systems can make up to 99 measurements in just 3 seconds. This guide explains the benefits of installing these systems in a variety of inspection scenarios, such as in-process and pre-shipment inspections.
Five Reasons to Switch to Non-Contact Measurement Systems
Why are customers switching from conventional micrometers and hand calipers to non-contact measurement systems? Read our guide on switching to non-contact measurement, illustrating the advantages these systems with tips for improving productivity.
Getting to grips with Laser Marking Technology
Laser Marking Systems vary greatly not just between manufacturers, but also the type of laser and the wattage of the system. This guide aims to breakdown some of the differences to help you understand both if and what type of laser marker could be beneficial for your application.
Get the Most from Your Microscope
Check out the latest edition of our popular guide on Digital Microscopy, covering optical mechanisms of lenses, lighting optimisation and the latest digital observation methods. Whether you're just starting out with microscopy, or an experienced user looking to learn new skills, this guide contains useful information for everyone.
High Performance Distance-Based Laser Sensor
Unaffected by colour, surface type, or finish, the GV Series Sensor offers industry-leading detection stability.
Contact Displacement Sensors You Can Trust
Using new detection technology makes the GT2 Series Contact Sensor both more reliable and accurate than ever before. Also, being IP67G rated, it's durable, extremely damage resistant and suitable for use in oily environments.
Difficulty Reading Blurry Barcodes?
Have you experienced difficulties reading codes due to glare, blurring, smudging or the reader being in the wrong position? Download our electronic guide for a discussion of these issues and advice on how to tackle them using KEYENCE code reading technology.

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