Not only the stability of thrubeam measurements but the stability of reflective measurements using light has also been improved. Thanks to the simple operation of merely placing the target on the stage and pressing the button, anyone can obtain the same measurement results regardless of operator experience.
Thanks to the function that automatically obtains the optimal lighting conditions—such as those for backlighting and ring illumination—and the automatic measurement function, there is no need to configure difficult settings! For details, see the catalog.
This is the second installment of our popular technical guide series, containing examples of non-contact inspections and detailed explanations of the latest features and technologies. Each document covers a different manufacturing process.
The AP Series can tackle any pressure application, regardless of vacuum or positive pressure. Featuring a highly visible display and simple setup, the AP provides an easy solution for all your pressure needs.
Furthermore, the AP Series features both discrete and analog outputs. Built-in application modes provide solutions for common applications, such as leak check and vacuum verification. The AP Series is a highly accurate solution in an easy to use package. No matter if you need to continuously monitor pressure or simply verify that it is within the desired range, the AP Series can do it all.
No mechanism is required to move the sensor head itself. This allows for space-saving installation which can greatly reduce costs at initial setup. Any worries about variations in accuracy due to the jig are also eliminated.
You can use this popular technical guide to learn about a variety of technical information that is useful for selecting and using laser markers. Topics covered include visible lasers, invisible lasers, lasers that react to metal and resin, and the reasons why resin is discolored by laser light.
Are you repeatedly making prototypes and performing evaluations in order to reduce product costs and increase product performance? We'll introduce some tricks for using a digital microscope to perform efficient evaluations.