Welding is a critical technique for the joining of materials in the global major manufacturing industries.
WELDING, the fusing of the surfaces of two workpieces to form one, is a precise, reliable, cost-effective, and “high-tech” method for joining materials. No other technique is as widely used by manufacturers to join metals and alloys efficiently and to add value to their products. Many of the familiar objects in modern society could not be produced without the use of welding and use a welding camera for operator assisted manufacturing.
Key benefits by using a welding camera include:
1. Increase in quality and productivity
3. Fault Determination
The welding environment of the past was frequently viewed as dark, dirty, and dangerous. However education and training are increasing the awareness of workers and companies in the industry. The shop floor is a healthier, cleaner work space than the past. Welding techniques, tools and technology have also improved bringing with it increases in productivity and quality. The welding camera has helped, in its own way, move the trend forward.
Developed and developing welding technologies are making a positive impact on the modern factory floor. Workforce demands, government regulations, changing business practices, and increasing environmental awareness will drive the manufacturing environment to be quieter, cleaner, healthier, safer, and “friendlier” for workers. .
A human eye is hard to beat when it comes to spectral range. Today high dynamic range video makes it possible for a welding camera to approach that of a human eye. A welding camera is normally used in the implementation of automation, for applications where remote visualization is required, research, and quality assurance. The weld camera of today brings opportunity for easier and quicker setup as there is less reliance on filters for light management.
iCAM is our Product family of weld camera and welding camera systems. The categorize as follows:
1. iCAM.wa – Analog weld camera system
2. iCAM.wd – digital welding camera system
3. iCAM.wsa – Sub ARC weld camera system
4. iCAM.ARM – Arc Monitor with welding camera
5. iCAM.mw – multi-camera weld camera system
We look forward to hearing from you. Please review the welding camera product solutions on the side bar menu as we would be glad to answer any questions, provide references and trials.