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Newsletter 2021

November 22, 2021

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Improved Measurement Automation with Image Analysis

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Shorter Times and Improved! Accuracy Examples of Measurement Automation with Image Analysis
View examples of measurement of items such as contamination, particles, spheroidizing ratio, area ratio, and porosity that can be automated with a digital microscope.
Using Operation Recording to Reduce Debugging Time
Operation recordings capture unexpected operations and can be saved to a PLC for playback on a PC for troubleshooting later on. See how operation recording can help save time for a variety of tasks.
Reduce Costs by Preventing Defective Products
As raw material costs soar, reducing the number of defective products is becoming an effective way to reduce costs.
See how the IM-8000 Series increases measurement frequency for simplified dimensional measurements.
KEYENCE Traceability Solutions
Discover how KEYENCE can help create a reliable traceability system with code readers for stable reading and laser markers for marking applications.
Introducing a Guidebook That Can Teach You How to Select a Laser Marker
Laser marker types vary depending on the wavelength of light, and different types are optimized for marking and processing different materials. Check out this guidebook that summarizes the characteristics of the different types in an easy-to-understand manner.
[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.
Key Points for Reducing Costs with a Vision System
Adopting a vision system can help reduce production costs. Browse application examples under six major themes, including quality, labor, and productivity.
Your Solution to False Positives! Vision Sensor with Built-in AI
KEYENCE’s IV2 Series vision sensor offers superior resistance to ambient light, target differences, positioning, and other environmental factors. This easy-to-use, easy-to-configure sensor includes an automatic distinction function that uses built-in AI for advanced difference detection.
Incredibly Stable Position-Based Sensor
The LR-T provides reliable detection with its position-based technology. Setup is simple and applications are versatile.