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          Newsletter 2015

          January 27, 2015

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          Keyence Laser Marking Technology Introductory Guide

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          Laser Technology Introductory Guide
          Our latest laser marking guide provides easy-to-understand explanations of Keyence Laser Marking technology. Laser generation, oscillation methods, wavelengths and marking effects are all covered in our latest guide. Download now to see how our technical guide can help you to understand more about lasers and how they fit into your production process.
          A Color Sensor that Combines Technology and Simplicity
          No matter if you are doing color matching, registration mark detection, or looking for UV presence, the CZ-V series is a simple solution for common problems.
          Comprehensive Measurement Guide
          KEYENCE Corporation has continuously developed measurement technology for over 40 years. Each generation of measurement systems provided additional capabilities and significant improvements in inspection quality. To see all the latest and greatest improvements, download this valuable guide.
          Unique Ways to Get the Most from a Microscope
          Inspect defects directly on the production line
          Image and measure simultaneously
          Non-destructive testing even on large parts
          Introducing the NEW pencil type GT2 with a built-in air push mechanism!
          Using the air push type allows for dramatic space and cost savings by eliminating moving mounting jigs. Eliminating these complicated jigs also reduces accuracy variations associated with large moving parts. Simply apply compressed air to the sensor head to actuate the spindle.
          An Optical Comparator That Can Measure Virtual Lines; No Calculations Necessary
          The IM Series image dimension measurement system can perform measurements of virtual lines—which have conventionally required calculations—in just 3 seconds. We hope that you will read this collection of measurement examples of virtual lines. This is a must-read document for anyone who is using optical comparators and measuring microscopes.

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          Learn the latest in sensors, vision systems, measuring instruments, laser markers and microscopes.

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