Newsletter 2017

August 28, 2017

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Illustrated Technical Guides for Engineers

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Digital Microscopy Techniques with Illustrated Examples
Read the latest digital microscopy guide put together by our KEYENCE experts complete with real-life illustrated examples. Improve your observations by learning our various analysis techniques, including lighting optimisation, the optical mechanism of lenses and the very latest digital observation methods.
Improve Output with Our Beginner's Guide to Sensors
Mastering the basic principles of different sensor types can help to improve productivity gains and optimise efficiency. This guide covers a range of different sensors and their typical applications, helping you to identify the ideal device for your requirements.
Introduction to Laser Marking
Laser technology is constantly evolving, so to help you to keep up with the latest trends, we compiled this expert guide on Laser Marking technology. Learn about oscillation principles, the differences in oscillation methods and the characteristics of different wavelengths to help your processes.
Automated Measurement Device that Requires No Training
With a single button, the IM Series Instant Measurement Device enables the measurement of up to 99 dimensions in just 3 seconds at the push of a button, making operation easy for everyone, even without training. Results can be automatically turned into graphs or reports and readily transferred to both Windows and macOS systems.
Select Your Ideal Static Eliminator
Browse the full range of static elimination devices available from KEYENCE and their typical applications in our richly detailed catalogue. Use our illustrative guide to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the technology available and select the right solution and device type for your application.
Vision System Techniques for In-line Applications
This guide was created by specialist to share vision system tricks and examples for stabilising detections. Learn about filter application techniques like detecting a specific wavelength range, removing diffuse reflections (glare) and emphasising contrast differences using different illumination colours.
Find the Best Code Reader for Your Application
Familiarise yourself with our wide range of code readers from camera to laser type, fixed to handheld, autofocusing to ultra-compact. No matter what kind of code you need to read, our guide can help you to identify the ideal barcode reader for your application.

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