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Newsletter 2020

July 20, 2020

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Answers to Questions About 2D Codes!

Answers to Questions About 2D Codes!
2D codes have a variety of applications including traceability and product sorting. This guide provides a thorough explanation of 2D codes, starting from the basics!
Micrometer-level CAD Comparisons in Just 3 Seconds
Instant comparisons with CAD data help to ensure product quality. By importing CAD files into
the IM Series, users can obtain micrometer-level comparisons for products in as little as 3 seconds.
Introducing a Laser Sensor Equipped With an Automatic Correction Function to Support Diverse Targets
With the IL Series, settings can be corrected automatically to the optimal values that match the target status. The IL Series enables stable detection of any target. See this guide for the latest applications.
Understand the Differences between Contact and
Non-contact Displacement Sensors in Just 3 Minutes
· Which has higher measurement stability?
· Which has lower total cost after installation?

Learn all about the advantages and disadvantages of each type and how that affects questions like the above.
An All-in-one Lighting Solution!
Selecting the right lighting is essential to ensuring stable operation of any vision system. Learn tips for ensuring high inspection stability and discover food and pharmaceutical industry application examples with multi-spectrum lighting offering impressive all-in-one functionality.
A New Digital Microscope Used by Over 20000 Companies
KEYENCE has released a new product: a digital microscope that enables magnified observation at up to 6000× while still possessing both simple, hand-held observation capabilities and focus depth.
Press twice and you're done!
CMOS Detection Sensor
Do-it-all with LR-Z Series
・Empowered with metallic housing
・Exellent angular characteristics
・Easy setup with a sharp laser sp
What Is Your Marking Target, Metal or Resin?
For products being marked with lot numbers, 2D codes, or other information, metal and resin are two of the most common materials used. This guide introduces the principles regarding marking on metal and resin, and the methods for selecting marking devices.