Newsletter 2017

April 24, 2017

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Expert Tricks for Inline use of Machine Vision System

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Vision System Techniques for Inline Use
This guide contains a collection of explanations of experts' tricks for stabilizing detections.

·Removing diffuse reflections (glare)
·Detecting only a specific wavelength range
·Emphasizing contrast differences using different illumination colors
Get Profile Measurement Easily
Find out the 3 common steps to get profile measurement:

·by moving a workpiece or sensor
·using a 2D sensor
·using a displacement sensor and stage system

Which will you find it more convenient?
Digital Microscope for Resin, Screw, Wire Harness...
Here's the list of specialized guidebook on the usage of digital microscope for

·Resin
·Screw
·Welding
·Press
·Wire Harness
Time of Flight (TOF) Detection Method
The LR-T Series of reflective sensors utilizes the Time of Flight detection method to achieve consistent stable detection in all types of applications. Easy to use and superior detection capabilities, find out how it can achieve it.
Laser Marker with a Built-in Camera!
Work that was conventionally performed with separate devices such as marking with character inspection, is now possible with a single laser marker.
A Significant Drop in Measurement Time
The IM Series is designed to save your time in the most dramatic way. A usual dimension measurement on a palm-size part can be reduced to just 5 seconds. Check out this amazing instrument.
Learn About the Latest Traceability Systems!
The Autofocus Barcode Reader, SR-1000 Series, automatically sets the focal position,
lighting conditions, and eliminates glare just with the touch of a button.
Download this catalog for information on relevant applications in a variety of industries.
Vision Sensor - Affordably Charged
Super user-friendly, our tiny Vision Sensor is able to have stable detection with its high-intensity illumination and quad lens. Despite the small size, the capability is beyond comparison. Take a look now.

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