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          Newsletter 2017

          May 22, 2017

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          Laser Marking Case Study & Inspection Techniques

          Laser Marker Case Study: Combined Marking and Capture
          Work that was conventionally performed with separate devices, such as part marking, character inspection and code reading, can now be performed with a single device. KEYENCE laser markers include a built-in camera, enabling 4 unique functions which combine marking and imaging processes.
          Magnified Observation Techniques for Screws, Resin, Connectors and Solder
          Learn more about improving your magnified observation techniques for soldered products, connectors, moulded resin and screws. Each guide explains the basics of the item, discusses flaws they can accumulate in the manufacturing process and how microscopy can help.
          Advantages and Principles of Profilometers
          How do profilometers differ from other measuring instruments? Learn the principles and advantages of profilometers for profile measurement and appearance inspections. Our electronic guide provides an overview of the technology for both new and experienced users.
          Difficulties with Dimensional Measurement
          New technology from KEYENCE makes rapid measurement of parts possible that can't be achieved using conventional microscopes or shadowgraphs. The IM Series Image Dimension Measurement System enables accurate measurement in just 3 seconds, with minimal experience or training. Click for more information.
          Small Vision Sensor | Large Detection Area
          The size of your thumb, the IV Series Vision Sensor from KEYENCE is so small it can be installed effectively anywhere. A maximum field of view of 412mm x 550mm enables detection across a large surface area, performing judgments on up to 16 points based on presence, colour, shape or size.
          Digital Fiberoptic Sensor Training Guide
          If you are using fibreoptic sensors on site, this document may be of interest to you. This easy-to-read guide is designed to help users to get the most out of the KEYENCE FS-Neo Series Fibreoptic Sensor. Download your free copy for tips on sensor calibration and more.
          100 Image Processing Tricks with Examples
          Learn up to 100 new tricks for better image processing from our compilation of actual stable detection examples. Find out about:

          ·How to cancel backgrounds, patterns and borders
          ·Emphasising shading differences
          ·"Image enhance filters" and the best way to use them

          Download our text for more tips for performing stable inspections.

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