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Newsletter 2021

December 06, 2021

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[Must-read] Things Learned From Inspections

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Helping Solve Dimension Inspection Personnel Shortages
Do you find it hard to perform dimension inspection because you do not have enough skilled inspectors? With the IM-8000 Series, anyone can measure dimensions accurately.
LASER SOLUTIONS
Automotive Edition
This guide introduces various solutions in the automotive industry! Ensure confidence with KEYENCE laser sensors. Please take a look.
[Must-read] Things Learned From Inspections in the Automotive Industry
How have people quickly made inspection systems support further introductions of electronic technologies in the safety, communication, and environmental technology of automobiles? See this guide for know-how that is even useful in other industries.
Laser Marker Installation Examples in Various Industries
Browse various laser marker application examples organized by industry. Find tips and tricks for improving various processes in several different fields, including automotive, electronic device, food, and pharmaceutical industries.
A Handheld Code Reader That Lets Anyone Perform High-speed Reading!
The problem with conventional handheld code readers is that results vary from one operator to the next. The SR-G100 Series allows anyone to perform stable reading with easy configuration.
Useful Information on Microscopes for Observation and Analysis
This guide introduces 10 points to know before purchasing a microscope. Learn how to perform magnified observation and analysis quickly and accurately.
Use Multi-spectrum Lighting to Improve Vision System Compatibility
Proper lighting is an important factor in stabilizing appearance inspections. See how KEYENCE’s all-in-one lighting can help stabilize inspection with three different imaging modes.
A Tough Laser Sensor for Use in Any Environment
KEYENCE’s proprietary technology can perform stable detections even under severe conditions. The diverse lineup of sensor heads makes it possible to install sensors on virtually any pre-existing equipment.