Acuity Laser Seeks Lead Sales Engineer April 14, 2021 – Posted in: Updates

Summary: The Lead Sales Engineer is responsible for managing the internal sales pipeline and the Independent Representative network with technical sales activities in net-new and pre-existing opportunities. Duties and Responsibilities: Grow product sales in existing and new markets. Deliver the technical value of Acuity’s products and services to the end-user. Build a strong business justification to the end-user, while meeting/exceeding sales growth targets. Understand customer requirements and integrate Acuity products into the customers’ environment. Manage entire sale process for…

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Acuity Laser Announces New AR550 High Speed Laser Sensor April 6, 2021 – Posted in: Updates

Acuity Laser is pleased to announce the release of a new product, the AR550 High Speed Laser Sensor. Coming from the company’s short range sensor product group, the Acuity Laser AR550 is an off-shoot of their popular AR500. “We were already offering the AR550 to our established customers, but had yet to publicly formalize the product,” said Nick Catalano, Acuity’s General Manager. “Now we can point directly to what the AR550 has to offer.” The…

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Scanning the Edge Thickness of a Circuit Board March 2, 2021 – Posted in: Thickness Measurement

In this application, we're going to be using the Acuity AP820-5 laser line sensor for scanning edge thickness of a circuit board. The AP820 laser profiler has a five millimeter depth of field in the Z direction, and a four millimeter wide laser line sensor. With this model, we should have a linearity of about plus or minus 3.5 microns of accuracy, which equates to about a pixel roughly every seven microns. In our demo… Continue reading
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Non-Contact Rubber Measurement with Laser Displacement Sensor October 28, 2020 – Posted in: AR700 Laser Displacement Sensor

In this example video we show off the abilities of our AR700 laser sensor for non-contact rubber measurement. We have a simple set up of a small granite block with an aluminum fixture to which we have our laser sensor clamped. Most of the time this is not an ideal fixturing setup, but we’re going to be examining an uncured black shiny rubber surface and we want to show that it doesn’t take an elaborate…

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