1. Home
  2. News & Events
  3. Newsletter
  4. Newsletter 2017

Newsletter 2017

October 16, 2017

Subject :

Laser Technology Introductory Guide

e-News@KEYENCE
Laser Technology Introductory Guide
What are lasers? This guide can be used to learn about laser basics such as oscillation principles, differences between oscillation methods, and the characteristics of different wavelengths.
Want to Use Your Metallurgical Microscope as a Digital Microscope?
·Eliminate out-of-focus images
·Use an array of measurement functions

KEYENCE can provide these and other improvements to the observation and analysis capabilities of your microscope. Check out this guide to learn about the advantages of these improvements and to see examples of them in action.
A High-power Photoelectric Sensor That Is Resistant to Oil and Water
The simple structure does not use gaskets, which provides high resistance to water and oil. The amplifier unit is also waterproof (IP67). This high-power photoelectric sensor has a detecting distance of 40 m.
Enabling Automation of Appearance Inspections Conventionally Performed Manually
Accurate inspections performed by anyone, problem-free.
This guide introduces the new vision system appearance inspections made possible by KEYENCE's easy configuration navigation feature.
Laser Marker × Code Reader
The key to a successful traceability system is determining specifications that consider both marking and reading codes. KEYENCE can provide comprehensive suggestions for both processes.
Introduction to Cutting, Pressing, and Resin Molding
Use these guides to study of the basics of and precautions regarding these processes. They also include suggestions for quality improvements using our Image Dimension Measurement System.
Easier and More Accurate Step Measurements
How do you perform step measurements without contact or errors caused by the tilt of the target? Download this guide if you are having difficulty with these measurements using contact sensors, 1D laser displacement sensors, or measuring microscopes.
GT2 Series Contact Sensors That Can Reduce Inspection Costs
The GT2 Series has a wide variety of heads, such as an air push type that can be installed with no drive unit. It can measure targets that are commonly believed to only be measurable with very expensive measurement systems.

Technical E-news

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