Newsletter 2017

April 24, 2017

Subject :

Increasing Quality Inspection Efficiency

e-News@KEYENCE
19 Ways to Reduce Dimensional Measurement Time
Have you ever wanted to measure the dimensions of complex parts quickly and easily? This guide allows you to compare your current method of measurement against our IM Series, Image Dimension Measurement System and shows a range of applications it has been used for.
Five Reasons to Switch to Non-contact Measurement Systems
Why are many people switching to non-contact measurement systems? Read our guide for a clear explanation of the advantages of non-contact measurement systems and their benefits for productivity.
Learn the Advantages of Laser Processing from This Guide
Are you using cutting tools for processing? Learn more about processing using laser markers and it's potential advantages. This illustrated guide uses examples to explain techniques that are useful for improving processes across boring, cutting and sheath removal.
Gaining Customer Trust in Your Product Quality Using Microscopy
Have you ever found that you and a customer have different opinions about the cause of a product's defect? Digital microscopes can offer up a solution to this problem. Download our free guide to learn more about digital microscopes and techniques for convincing image capture and analysis.
[New Product] A Machine Vision System With Simple Lighting Setup
The new CV-X400 Machine Vision System from KEYENCE makes it easy for anyone to create optimal images on their inline inspections. The CV-X400 eliminates the need to select or define complex lighting settings, enabling even non-vision users to perform advanced inspections with ease.
Read Multiple Barcodes Simultaneously
Save time and increase the efficiency of your code reading applications. The SR-1000 Series Code Reader from KEYENCE has a wide field of view that is four times larger than conventional products, making it possible to read more codes at the same time compared with conventional readers.
KEYENCE's Guide on Eliminating Static Electricity
Based on the size and electrical charge of your target, the range of static electricity will vary you need to eliminate will vary. Understanding the mechanisms behind the static cling of foreign particles and debris might be useful to you. Click to find out more.

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