Newsletter 2016

November 14, 2016

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Red or Blue Laser, What Is Your Choice?

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Choosing Between Red and Blue Laser
Compared to the conventional red laser, the blue laser beam is sharper which allows excellent profile measurement. How does it work? Find out the interesting technology in this document.
The Proprietary Detection Principle
The GT Series, a contact sensor using the proprietary detection principle, has earned the trust of our customers for the following reasons:

·No tracking errors
·Extremely resistant to damage
·Prompt delivery
Get Dimension Inspection in 3 Seconds
KEYENCE image dimension measurement systems can make up to 99 measurements in just 3 seconds. This guide explains the benefits of installing these systems in a variety of inspection scenarios such as in-process and pre-shipment inspections.
Master Lasers in 10 Minutes
What are lasers? This guide can be used to learn about laser basics such as oscillation principles, differences between oscillation methods, and the characteristics of different wavelengths.
Scan The Barcodes & QR Codes With Ease!
This guide introduces a code reader that provides consistent reading regardless of the code condition. With improvement, it is able to scan at a wider area with faster speed.
The Latest Digital Microscope Technology
This series of guides provides the reasoning behind the different results you may get when you change your lenses, lightings and many more. Get the full understanding of the microscopy techniques here.
Industry Leading Distance-Based Sensor
The GV Series offers high performance detection stability. With the World's First DATUM Algorithm, it is unaffected by color, surface type, or finish.
Stable Inspections: 100 Tips Series
Derived from actual stable detection examples, this document includes tricks on

·Canceling diffuse reflections/uneven lighting
·Canceling differences between workpieces

Often used as a guide for many, this document is vital to get your stable inspections.

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