Newsletter 2015

September 21, 2015

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21 Megapixel Machine Vision Camera: Detect Tiny Defects in a Wide Field-of-View

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New 21 Megapixel Camera: There's No Substitution for Resolution!
With a single camera, the CV-X Series vision system is capable of the highest-accuracy inspections in the industry, which can significantly reduce installation cost and complexity by decreasing the number of required cameras across a large field-of-view.
New Safety Resource Guide Available
Our new Safety Support Guide Book offers information regarding safety standards and how to choose appropriate safety equipment. Download your copy today to be safe tomorrow!
A Cost-Effective Vision Sensor That Anyone Can Use
Setup of the IV Vision Sensor Series is simple. With built-in lighting and an automatic focus function, initial configuration can take under a minute. Additionally, the flexible detection tools are intuitive and easy to master.
Solving and Simplifying the Long-lasting Problems of Outer Diameter Measuring Instruments!
Conventional instruments of this type cannot accurately measure samples that vibrate at high speeds or are tilted. This catalog introduces the technology of KEYENCE's new outer diameter measuring instrument which intuitively solves these problems.
Laser Technology Guide
Our popular laser marking guide provides easy-to-understand explanations of KEYENCE Laser Marking technology. Download now to see how our technical guide can help you understand more about lasers and how they fit into your production process.
Instant Measurement: Benefits of Virtual Lines
With the IM Series, just "place-and-press" to complete dimensional measurements in seconds! This document uses actual examples to introduce these and other possible measurements that make use of "virtual lines," such as:
·   7 mm outside of the reference position
·   Using a reference line perpendicular to a line connecting hole centers
Writing Tips for Digital Microscope Acceptance Plans from Users Who Have Purchased Them!
Have you ever found yourself wanting a digital microscope but failing to have your proposal accepted due to the perceived lack of necessity for such an instrument? We would like to introduce a few tips to you for writing successful acceptance plans from actual customers who have purchased digital microscopes.

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