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Newsletter 2018

April 09, 2018

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Improving Quality, Cost and Delivery

Improving Quality, Cost and Delivery
It is important for customers to purchase high quality goods with lower cost and faster delivery time. This article illustrates how the IM series can help to improve quality, cost and delivery with its features.
Why Non-Contact Measurement System?
This guide shows how non-contact measurement system can improve quality and inspection cycle time with below advantages:
·Intuitive and easy to use
·Reduces downtime
·High speed and accuracy
New! The Ultra-Compact Sensor
The ultra-compact IV series sensor is easy to configure and can capture high-quality image with great stability. It can even detect small targets at long distances. Do not hesitate to browse through this catalog to learn more about its new functions.
100 Image Processing Tricks Based on Real Stable Detection Examples [Preprocessing Edition Vol. 2]
·Edge extraction

This guide will teach you about the types and effective ways to use image enhancement filters, such as those listed above, which process captured images so that they are easier to measure.
Mark with Superior Flexibility
Do not hesitate to explore this guidebook as it explains how high quality marking is possible with the ML-Z series laser marker. Changeover time is reduced significantly with improved production efficiency.
In-Depth Observation and Analysis
With the VHX series Digital Microscope, clear observation and deep analysis can be done with below features:
·20x greater depth of field
·Image Stitching
·Multi-angle observation
·0.1x to 5000x magnification range
Detect ANY Change in Appearance!
The NEW Full-Spectrum LR-W Series solves the widest range of applications you have ever seen. Solve presence/absence applications, differentiate products with slight variations, detect registration marks, and verify color.

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