Newsletter 2016

June 13, 2016

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Area That Each Sensor Truly Excels In

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Sensors Divided by Detection Principles
Be acquainted to all the sensor types that are divided using 5 types of principles: light, ultrasonic, eddy current, contact and lastly images. Understanding this will allow you to choose the most ideal sensor for each type of application.
Contact VS Non-Contact Measurement, Choose Wisely
A few customers have experienced the good and bad side of changing from contact measurement to non-contact measurement and we have recorded their voices. These contact equipment they used include micrometer, contact sensors and gauge tools.
Resolution, Tolerance, Repeatability of Microscope
This is a well-summarized technical guide for any microscope user. Besides the illustrations for resolution, tolerance and repeatability, this guide describes 7 different ways to improve accuracy from adjusting focus ring to the usage of image stitching.
Data Collection Without a Ladder
If ladder is slowing down many of your processes, maybe it's time to reconsider how much more you can achieve if you were to eliminate this ladder. Let these 4 applications in this guide show it to you.
Such a Small Vision Sensor
Do you wish to check presence absence, colors, shapes or even misalignment, at the same time love to cut down on the space and cost?
Check this newly introduced Ultra-Company Vision Sensor and it might fit exactly what you need.
Do You Like Virtual Lines?
Using Virtual Lines to measure difficult targets can be very interesting yet challenging. Find out the numerous tools offered by the Instant Measurement Series that designed to be extra user-friendly for anyone to learn and manage.
Expert Vision System Techniques
Some common vision queries include:

·How to eliminate the influence of background characters to detect improper labeling?
·How to inspect the entire surface of cylindrical targets with just one camera?

This guide introduces advanced machine vision methods as well as the concepts behind these techniques.
Marking + Communication?
Improve the efficiency of interconnected systems and reduce cycle time with this "Unique Communication Feature". Marking was never so automated before!

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