Keyence Canada

202-6775 Financial Dr, Mississauga, Ontario, L5N0A4 Canada View map
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KEYENCE is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of sensing equipment including automation sensors, measuring instruments, visions systems, laser markers, and digital microscopes.

Why choose Keyence?

1) Direct Approach
KEYENCE sales engineers are fully trained and equipped with plenty of industrial knowledge to directly support you. There is no need to go through distributors!

2) Fast Delivery
KEYENCE has established a fast delivery system to ensure that you get products when you need it! Most orders ship on the same day if they are placed by 2 pm Eastern Standard Time.

3) Comprehensive Support
KEYENCE offers support from application solutions to after-sales support

4) Global Network
Working on a overseas project? No problem! We have 200 offices in more than 40 countries. KEYENCE global network can offer seamless cross border support to your local staff!

We offer Products and Services in 101 Categories


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  • Toll Free Tel. 1-888-keyence

    Branch Office
    Keyence Canada - Windsor Office

    214-3270 Electricity Drive, Windsor, Ontario, N8W5J1, Canada View map
  • Tel. (514) 694-4740

    Branch Office
    Keyence Canada - Montreal Sales Office

    440-1 Holiday Ave West, Pointe-Claire, Québec, H9R5N3, Canada View map

White Papers
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Measurement of Transparent Objects Using Laser Displacement Sensors

Transparent measurement targets, such as glass and films, have to be measured with non-contact sensors inline, since they are easily scratched by contact. This paper briefly describes a versatile method to measure transparent

Performing Inline Diameter Measurement in a Wire Drawing Process Using Optical Micrometers

A typical wire drawing process makes extensive use of lubrication to achieve good surface finish and extend die life. Those lubricants include oil, dry soap or sometimes ultrasonic vibration of the die. This