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          Newsletter 2015

          February 10, 2015

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          Vision System Image Processing: Color Extraction Methods

          Vision System Image Processing: Color Extraction Methods
          This technical guide explains how color image processing can improve your machine vision inspection applications. Learn how color cameras work and the processing methods used to anayze the captured images like Color to Binary, RGB Grayscale, Color to Gray and Fine Color processing.
          A New Guide for Measuring Large Targets!
          In this guide you will find tips on how to measure large targets with precision.
          Comprehensive Electronics & Semiconductor Inspection Guide – Microscope Edition
          Learn about imaging and analysis techniques used in the electronics industry with actual customer examples.
          NEW Innovative Code Reader Achieves Successful Reads over a Meter Away
          Say goodbye to different models and lenses; The SR-1000 Series of 1D and 2D code readers is able to achieve nearly a meter of reading range with a single model.
          How Does the IM Series Lead to Improved Quality and Reduced Costs? Image Dimension Measuring System Q & A
          This document is a compilation of our FAQ and answers pertaining to the measurement functions, performance, operation, management, construction, and principles of the IM Series. This is a must-see for anyone working in production or quality assurance.
          Cut Your Sensor Stock in Half
          With increased repeatability and durable (stainless steel) housing, the LR-Z series is the replacement for most detection sensors in major manufacturing facilities.
          Reflective Sensors Failing to Perform? Solve Difficult Applications Easily with This Vision Sensor!
          Because the IV images the whole surface of the target, it can easily solve the following problems which are common among reflective sensors.

          Unstable detections due to position misalignment
          Unstable detections due to variable work piece orientation
          Inability to perform simultaneous detections in multiple locations
          Bothersome sensor adjustments during retooling
          An Inkjet Printer That Can Reduce Solvent Use by 70%
          With the "auto-shower cleaning function" of our new product, the MK-U6000, it is possible to reduce the amount of solvent used for head cleaning by approximately 70%. We hope that users who are interested in reducing their costs will take a look at this catalog.

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