Keyence Brasil

Tata Steel uses Keyence sensors for high-accuracy dimensional inspections of its rails

Tata Steel Rail France takes great care in inspecting the straightness of the ends of its rails so that its customers receive the straightest possible rails. As a result, it has recently retrofitted its end straightness inspection systems with Keyence's newest generation of CCD laser displacement sensors, the LK Series.


Gigabit Security Router

Weidmüller Gigabit Security Router: Secure communication between Ethernet networks with integrated VPN remote warning functions in industrial networks.

HMS Industrial Networks AB

How to connect robot cells to any industrial network.

SVIA in Sweden use Anybus X-gateways to connect their DeviceNet-based robot cells to any network that their customers are using.

Keyence International


With this new series, Keyence introduces a new line scan camera. Contrary to the existing models on the market, programming is much easier.


Kennametal Leaders Recognized with Women in Manufacturing STEP Awards

Kennametal Inc. (NYSE: KMT) announced today that two company leaders received honors in the inaugural Women in Manufacturing STEP Awards presented by The Manufacturing Institute, Deloitte, University of Phoenix, and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Kennametal’s Colleen Wood Cordova, vice president global product management, and Martina Igel, plant manager of Kennametal’s Schongau, Germany facility, were selected with 120 other woman recognized at all levels, from the factory floor to the C-suite

Keyence France

Inspection of piston-ring fitting at Renault

For the past few years, Renault's site in Cléon, France, has been using Keyence's LJ-G laser displacement sensors on its G9 engine production line. The site chose the sensors for their detection reliability and ease of use.


A Swing Jib Crane up to 200 kg

ROS has recently turned to Handel Sollevamenti for the design and construction of a special jib crane


Type RC 2580 magnetic sensors: extremely robust and compact magnetic sensors

As an alternative to electromagnetic switchgear, non-contact sensors are increasingly finding their way into machine and plant engineering. steute already has a wide range of sensors working according to different principles and is now expanding its range further to include type RC 2580 magnetic sensors.

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