Newsletter 2015

January 06, 2015

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Introducing a New Standard of Repeatability - The LR series

Need a Durable and Dependable Photoeye?
The LR series combines simplicity with the repeatability now required for an ever-changing production environment.
Compilation of Non-contact Measurement Techniques That Can Be Studied from Successful Examples in 9 Industries
This document introduces applications—grouped according to processes—of non-contact measuring instruments in 9 industries such as automotive, semiconductor, and steel processing. This document explains the measuring techniques and advantages in an easy-to-understand manner.
Our Image Dimension Measurement System Leads to Shortened Time Requirements! Collection of Actual Examples of Installation Results (Incoming Inspection Edition)
Shortening the time spent performing incoming inspections leads to improved yield. Why does installing the IM Series lead to shortened time requirements? This is a must-see technical guide for individuals working in quality assurance and manufacturing.
Learn from Actual Examples in the Medical Care Industry! The Key Points of Magnified Observation That Improve Quality
This document explains in an easy-to-understand manner the key points of observation with microscopes through over 30 actual examples of observation of targets such as stents, needles, catheters, pills, and cells.
[KAIZEN] What Are the Advantages of Using Vision Sensors to Enable Visualization of Inspection Processes?
This document introduces an easy way to use vision sensors to enable data collection, traceability, and other ways to visualize inspections that are not possible with inspections performed with the human eye.
NEW Powerful Autofocus Code Reader Makes Setup Simple
With just the push of a button, the SR-1000 Series of 1D and 2D code readers can easily read even DPM codes – a conventionally difficult process.

  • One model can match all inspection specifications
  • Install anywhere within 1000 mm of its target
  • Unaffected by glare from metallic and reflective surfaces
Detections That Were Difficult with Reflective Sensors Can Be Done Easily with This Vision Sensor!
Because it captures the whole surface of the target, the Vision Sensor IV Series solves the following problems that are common with reflective sensors.

  • Unstable detections due to position misalignment
  • Unstable detections due to uncertain workpiece orientation
  • Inability to perform simultaneous detections of multiple locations
  • Bothersome sensor adjustments during retooling

For details on how to solve these problems, see the catalog.

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