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          Newsletter 2017

          November 20, 2017

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          Image Processing Introductory Seminar

          Image Processing Introductory Seminar
          This seminar will introduce you to a variety of topics ranging from device selection to inspection algorithms.
          Topics covered include:
          ·The image receiving element
          ·Lens and light types and selection methods
          ·Changing images so that they are optimum for image processing
          Complete Micrometer Lineup
          Interested to measure diameter, width, position or many more? Now with a 3-CMOS System, even vibrating targets are measured stably. See the entire product range in this summarised catalog.
          Code Reading for 1D & 2D
          The auto-tuning function is able to optimise exposure time and image processing filter according to the mouting distance. This ensures clear capture even when the codes are distorted, dark or thin. Find out more today.
          Laser Marker Safety Handbook
          Understand the simple procedures and international standards to prevent laser-beam injuries. This document compiled the necessary information you have to know when dealing with laser.
          Playing with Illumination Lightings
          You might be amazed at the different observation results you can get by adjusting just the types of illumination in your microscope. For examples Ring Light, Coaxial or Polarised. Check out the 8 types available.
          Conversion from CMM/Profile Projector
          The 2 reasons behind the conversion to the new IM-7000 Instant Measurement series are
          ·Much faster processing time, hence able meet production deadline
          ·Easy data storage and analysis function

          Technical E-news

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