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Newsletter 2020

September 07, 2020

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Get SEM-like Observation Easily

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Get SEM-like Observation Easily
It is not necessary to cut your samples or prepare a conducive environment in order to get SEM-like images anymore. Take a look at this new method of doing it.
Full Solution on Laser Marker
Let KEYENCE handle the machine design to hardware installation and software programming for implementing a laser marker, we have the full solution which can help you save time and cost.
Sensor Fundamental Booklet
Get a copy of this complete guide on sensors which is perfect for training and future reference. It explains the principles and features behind each type of sensor such as photoelectric, ultrasonic etc.
Get the Right Lighting for your Vision
Getting the correct lighting allows you to maximize contrast and ensure reliable inspection. You can also try out filters to reduce lighting anomalies. Take a look at the available lighting choices now.
Next Level Traceability Solutions
Reading the most difficult 1D and 2D codes is made simple though the introduction of new features including automatic tuning, autofocus, and with its World's first automatic polarization control function, the SR-1000 automatically removes glare, eliminating the need for mounting angle adjustments or external lighting during installation.
What Do You Get From IM?
Find out what benefits some users have gotten by implementing IM in their measurement process. IM is an instant measurement machine that cut down your measuring time drastically. Take a look today.
KAIZEN with Vision Sensor Market
Use this World's First Artificial Intelligence Vision sensor to check OK and NG parts automatically. Very stable detection,1-minute Automatic setup, No Vision Programming knowledge required.
Upgrade your Inspection Process
The LJ-V7000 Series is the first 2D laser displacement sensor in the world to adopt a blue laser. A sharp line beam is formed on the light-receiving element by focusing a short wavelength 405 nm laser to its maximum limit with a 2D Ernostar lens. This generates a stabilized high-precision profile. Also, the received light density for the laser has been
increased to successfully secure a greater level of received light intensity. This achieves ultra-stable and highly accurate measurement of all types of targets that are typically difficult to detect.