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          Newsletter 2016

          August 08, 2016

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          Introducing Image Dimension Measurement Systems

          Introducing Image Dimension Measurement Systems
          We asked some of our customers why they switched from optical comparators and measuring microscopes to the IM Series of image dimension measurement systems from KEYENCE, as well as what results they have obtained since adoption. Click here to find out what our existing customers are saying.
          Introducing the Latest High-Accuracy Laser Displacement Sensor Technology
          KEYENCE's LK Series of laser displacement sensors has been developed under the concept of high-accuracy, in-line measurement for any and all targets.Learn about the composition of LK Series sensors to help you use your sensors even more effectively.
          Observation Advice for Evaluating New Materials
          Are you consistently making prototypes and performing evaluations to reduce production costs and increase product performance? We've compiled some tricks for using a digital microscope to perform efficient evaluations so you can spend more time on development.
          Vision Systems - A Beginner's Guide (Vol. 1)
          This beginner's guide invites you to learn about KEYENCE's Vision Systems-from purchasing and installation to operation and key points-with the following sections:

          ·Is a high pixel count necessary?
          ·Colour camera or monochrome camera?
          ·When do I need a high-speed camera vs standard speed?
          ·What size camera would suit best?
          Small, Strong, and Simple Sensors
          Whether you need a sensor that automatically adjusts its power for build-up of dust or dirt or an inexpensive solution that can detect something as small as 0.0002", the 200+ sensor combinations in the FS-N Series has got you covered. Click here for further details.

          Technical E-news

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