If so, this guide is a must read! Learn why users of the KEYENCE IM Series Instant Measurement Device made the switch from manual systems, and discover new innovative ways to perform your dimensional measurements.
Whilst innovations in digital microscopy such as auto-focus have helped to remove some of the subjectivity from observation applications, selecting the optimal lighting setting requires good human judgement. Our free guide introduces the basic principles of lighting necessary to make the most of your observation and analysis.
Achieve outstanding stability for the measurement of welded parts with this helpful guide featuring the LJ-V Series Measurement Sensor. Using an innovative blue laser, the LJ-V is unaffected by radiated light from red-hot surfaces, providing outstanding stability for weld seam measurement and similar inspections.
Our in-house experts share their expertise high-quality laser marking on plastic and resin products. Download our guide to learn about contrast marking, the mechanisms of resin colour development and the laser light absorption rates for different materials.
Target and surface variability have traditionally proven an obstacle for some conventional Vision Systems. KEYENCE Multi-spectrum Technology enables detection of defects and features across several distinct image capturing conditions using just one light - facilitating solutions for even the most seemingly impossible applications.
See examples of manufacturing process improvements from the automotive sector made possible by our IV Series Vision Sensor, which has received rave reviews around the world for its advantages versus conventional factory automation solutions.
The highly versatile LR-T Series Laser Sensor provides consistently stable detection across every application thanks to adaptable features, including an adjustable beam spot, and HS2 Technology to maximize detection capabilities over long distances.