Newsletter 2015

June 22, 2015

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New CLAMP-ON Flow Sensor

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New CLAMP-ON Flow Sensor
We have reinvented flow sensing with the
FD-Q Series. Clamp to the outside of your pipe and monitor virtually any fluid. No pipe modification is necessary!
The IM-Series is Taking Measurements to New "Heights"
With the IM-Series Instant Measurement system, just place a part on the stage and press the button to complete dimensional measurements in 3 seconds. Now, with the contact height measurement unit, measurements are possible in the X, Y and Z directions!
100% inspection with the KEYENCE 2D Optical Micrometer
The TM-3000 allows for 2D measurements in line and with high precision. Download the catalog below to see benefits and the principle behind this all in one measurement system.
NEW Ultra-Compact Vision Sensor Diversifies IV Series Lineup
The IV-G vision sensor is 1/6th the size of conventional vision sensors and has a wide field of view which enables it to inspect large areas from a short distance. It is perfect for retrofitting equipment already in use, and is easy to design for when being included in new machines. Its unique features allow it to solve applications conventional vision sensors cannot.
Laser Technology Guide
KEYENCE has developed and re-engineered its own laser marker software so anyone can easily mark parts with accuracy and precision. Download this guide to learn the software's functions, unique features and benefits of use in your application.
Key Imaging & Measurement Technology for Medical Device Companies for R&D and Quality Improvement
See how top medical device companies use new digital microscope technology to improve and develop their products, with over 30 examples from stent, catheter, needle, pharmaceutical, and other industries.
The CV-X Series machine vision system automatically creates user manuals with a single click
The KEYENCE CV-X Series machine vision system can automatically create user manuals that are unique to the specific program settings of any application with the click of a button. This can significantly reduce the engineering costs associated with any machine vision solution.

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