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Newsletter 2017

December 27, 2017

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Automation Advise and Inspection Tips for 2018

Traceability: Marking and Reading Codes
The key to a successful traceability system is determining specifications that consider both the marking and reading of codes. KEYENCE can provide comprehensive recommendations for both processes.
New Illumination Technology for Previously Unmeasurable Dimensions!
The latest Illumination Technology for KEYENCE's Image Dimension Measurement (IM) System unlocks new measurement options. Read about our newly added low-angle, dark-field illumination feature, and check out real-life examples.
Automating Defect Inspections
It is difficult to prevent the release of defective products with sample inspections. This guide introduces examples of automated inspections using displacement sensors along with the associated cost benefits.
A Vision Sensor with 1 Minute Setup
If you are considering using vision sensors, the IV Series is the product for you. Just the size of your thumb, it can be installed easily. It even has built-in lighting and an auto-focus function.
Technical Guide to Laser Marking
Laser Marking Technology is constantly evolving. Keep yourself updated with our free technical guide. Learn about:
·The basics of oscillation principles
·Differences in oscillation methods
·Characteristics of different wavelengths
10 Points When Considering a Microscope
This guide introduces the advantages of digital microscopes that are not possible with conventional microscopes. It presents detailed points for consideration that clearly express how different digital microscopes are from conventional microscopes. Anyone can perform observations at the same level as an experienced user quickly and easily.
A New Standard in Safety Laser Scanners
The SZ-V Laser Safety Scanner sets a new standard for the industry with a host of value-added features:

·Detachable Display Unit for remote operation
·Built-in Cameras for real-time video monitoring of detection area status
New Vision Applications Made Possible by Tool Adjustment Navigation
Absolutely no specialised knowledge is required. Just perform the operations indicated by navigation prompts to automatically execute OK/NG classification and misalignment correction. This leads to major improvements in the time and effort required to adjust vision systems.

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