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          Newsletter 2016

          December 19, 2016

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          Proposal For a Faster Measurement Lead Time

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          Take A Guess for The Measurement Time
          How long do you think you need to measure the length, diameter and almost all the dimension for this component?

          ·About 1 minute
          ·About 5 minutes
          ·Maybe an hour

          In actual fact, it can be done in just 3 seconds.
          Fundamental Principles of 5 Types of Sensors
          This textbook is a good resource to understand

          ·Working methods behind each type of sensors
          ·Suitability of each sensor
          ·Main functions of each sensor
          Microscope's Surprising Realities
          Did you know we can have unique ways to use microscopes and

          ·observe large samples
          ·observe residual stress conditions
          ·see subtle scratches, projections or bumps on a surface
          New Measurement Solutions - Connector Industry Edition
          This article contains 2 reference pages that recommend the most suitable model for different measurement requirements such as height. Don't miss out and choose the wrong model.
          Have You Struggled with Lighting?
          Solve your problems in a flash with a single light! Create images in situations that used to be impossible.

          ·The target isn't clear because it's the same color as the background
          ·Inspections are unstable because of glossiness
          7 Interesting Detection Techniques
          Doing some detections nowadays? Refer to this summarized version if you would you like to try out these 7 interesting techniques that allow you to get a better or faster result.

          Technical E-news

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