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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
VG035 Radwell Keyence Corp Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric LASER MICROMETER SENSOR 35MM TRANSMITTER/ RECEIVER
LS3100D Radwell Keyence Corp Not Provided CONTROLLER DUAL HEAD FOR LASER SCAN MICROMETER
LS306031 Radwell Keyence Corp Sensors & Switches, Sensor Controller LS-3060 LASER SCAN MICROMETER W/LS-3100 CONTROL

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  • Medical Device Link .
    Laser micrometers provide 3-D measurement of cylindrical products Products such as catheters, tubing, stents, and syringes can be measured accurately in 3-D using a laser micrometer from LaserLinc Inc. (Fairborn, OH, USA). The three-axis micrometers are suited for measuring an array of round
  • Laser Trackers
    3-D coordinates by tracking a laser beam to a retroreflective target held in contact with the object of interest. Some laser trackers can measure object features up close and as far away as 60 meters. Some have typical singlepoint accuracy of about 0.001" (25 micrometers) at distances to several
  • Laser Assembly of Microfluidic Devices (.pdf)
    The assembly of plastic microfluidic devices, requiring high accuracy in the micrometer range, was successfully achieved using a new technology based on laser transmission welding combined with the mask technique. This paper reviews a laser assembly system for the joining of microfluidic plastic
  • Microstructure Fabrication by Laser
    Microfluidics devices have enjoyed great success in certain niche applications in the past few years - the most mature application being ink-jet printing, which uses orifices less than 100 micrometers in diameter to generate minute drops of ink to affect printing. Microfluidics refers to a set
  • Small Diameter Vascular Graft Elasticity Measurement in Response to Pulsatile Pressure
    tissues and biomaterials. This system can accommodate vascular grafts in a biological environment and measure wall distension and elasticity under pulsatile flow and pressure conditions using a laser micrometer. Gel-Del Technologies, Inc. (St. Paul, MN) contacted Bose ESG for the elasticity
  • Position Sensors and Position-Sensing Instruments
    resistive, optical triangulation, photoelectric, position displacement, ultrasonic, and variable resistance technology sensors. Position-sensing instruments also include laser micrometers, linear encoders, linear potentiometers, and linear variable differential transformers (LVDTs). Rotary position
  • Pulling out the stops
    distribution, circuit breakers, and heater SSRs along the top. A PLC mounts in the bottom left. Servomotor-powered pinch drives are electronically geared to either a programmed speed or to input from an upstream size-feedback device such as a laser micrometer or CCD-based vision system. The rollers

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