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Why Weld Cameras are Essential when Welding Large Pipe

Upgrade Your View with a Xiris Weld Camera

Marketing your Welding Products with Weld Videos

How to Reduce Customer Returns from your Tube Mill

Ontario High School Purchases a Weld Camera Kit!

The Ultimate Weld Video Library

How to Find Defects Sooner and Reduce Scrap on a Tube Mill

Checking Tube Welds Before and After Scarfing

Reducing Tube Mill Downtime with Weld Inspection

Xiris Helps Tube Producer Eliminate Weld Problems

How to Reduce Quality Lab Time Associated with a Tube Mill

Xiris Attends CanWeld 2016

How to Reduce Set-Up Time on a Tube Mill

Monitoring Welding Processes in Color

Free ROI Calculator for Tube Weld Inspection Systems

Using Weld Cameras For Torch Alignment

Using a Light Meter for Automatic Weld Monitoring

XVC-S for Subarc Weld Monitoring: A Case Study

Weld Revolution Uses the Xiris Color Weld Camera

Edge Detection for Weld Monitoring

Xiris Will Exhibit at the Beijing Essen Welding & Cutting Fair

Additive Manufacturing Research and Development Made Easier

Xiris Weld Cameras in Long-Distance Pipeline Manufacturing

Detecting Slag Build-up on Ferrite Casings in Pipe Mills

The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology Relies on XVC 1000

Weld.com Partners with Xiris Automation

Using a Trigger Signal on a Weld Camera

Using Area of Interest (AOI) to Achieve High Frame Rates with a Weld Camera

Imaging the Changing Intensity of the Laser Spot

Blob Analysis Tool for Weld Monitoring

Off Axis Mounting of a Weld Camera onto Laser Processes

Coaxial Mounting of a Weld Camera onto Laser Processes

Integrating a Weld Camera into Laser Welding Processes

Improved Productivity in Submerged Arc Welding using a XIRIS Weld Camera

Using a Camera for Welding R&D, Part 2: Filler Wire

Using a Camera for Welding R&D, Part 1: Powder Spray

Retrofitting a Weld Camera into an Existing Manipulator Cell

Retrofitting a Weld Camera into an Existing Seamer Device

Improving Tank Manufacturing Safety with Cameras

Successful Show in Shanghai for Xiris!

Post Scarf Inspection on Tube and Pipe Mills

Xiris Goes to the Shanghai Welding Show!

Xiris Opens European Sales Office!

A New View of Electron Beam Welding Processes

How to Build Enthusiasm for Welding

Seeing Detail in Plasma Cutting and Welding Processes

Using a Weld Camera to Accelerate On-The-Job Training

High Speed Imaging of Welds using Windowing

Using a View Camera to Monitor Automotive Body Laser Welds

Xiris Gets Rave Reviews of our Weld Camera from a 3rd Party!

Using Cameras to Monitor Electron Beam Welding

Success at Fabtech Atlanta for Xiris!

Xiris Partners with TPS WeldTech at Photonex

The XVC-1000 is the Perfect Tool for OEMs: Innovative, Rugged, Easy to Use

Two Types of Weld Cameras to Help You

How to Improve Your Sub Arc Business

Shutter Selection: Improve the Image Quality of Your Weld Camera

Xiris Presents at Pipe and Tube Houston

Xiris Exhibits at IMTS 2014

Decrease Injuries, Increase Efficiency and Prioritize Workplace Safety!

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find the TOE ANGLE

If You Can’t See It, Should You Sell It?

Welding Smoke: How Does it Effect You?

Monitoring Squeeze Pressure on Tube and Pipe Mills

Bring Welding Education into the 21st Century with Weld Cameras!

Inspecting Welds on Thin Walled Tubes

Don’t Compromise! Prioritize Safety, Prioritize Vision.

How to Get the Best View of an Open Arc Weld

Taking the Danger Out of Weld Monitoring

Post-Secondary Schools Increase Trade Resources and Improve Student Experience

Successful Show in Beijing for Xiris!

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find SCARFING Defects

How System Integrators Use Xiris Weld Cameras in Automation

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find FREEZE LINE Defects

See Xiris in Beijing June 10-13, 2014.

Xiris Expands to South America

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Detect BEAD ROLL

Labelling Your Weld Videos with Production Weld Data

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find FORMING Defects

Tube Düsseldorf Recap

Case Study: Cinter S.A. - Tube Weld Inspection

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find BEAD HEIGHT Defects

Come Visit Us at Tube Düsseldof 2014!

Notes from ABB Robotics Technology Days

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find UNDERCUT Defects

How to Remotely View Your Weld Process

Monitoring Tube and Pipe Production to Find MISMATCH Defects

Using a Weld Camera to Monitor Tandem MIG Welding

Better Images, Better Instruction, Better Welding Students!

Xiris at ABB Robotics Technology Days: March 13-14, 2014

Xiris Goes to China!

The Technology Behind Every Xiris System

The Anatomy of a Weld: MIG on Carbon Steel

Using Weld Cameras to Monitor Pipe Cladding

Inspecting Tube Welds After the Scarfing Process

Notes from Fabtech 2013

Expanding Weld Camera Reach

Using a Weld Camera for High-Temperature Pipe Cladding

Using a Weld Camera in High-Humidity Environments

Spreading Weld Camera Innovation Worldwide

Advanced Weld Cameras: The Rental Option

Using Weld Cameras to Monitor Pipe Cladding

Don't Miss the Latest Weld Camera Technology at Fabtech 2013

High Temperatures? No Problem for the XVC-O Weld Camera

EWI Installs XVC-O Weld Camera for Use in Lab Research

New Video Explains How Weld Cameras Can Help Your Business

Overcoming the Challenges of Laser Beam Welding

Why Cameras Are Needed for Fiber Laser Beam Welding

Using a Weld Camera to Monitor Narrow Groove Welding

Using a Weld Camera for Laser Hybrid Welding

Using a Weld Camera in Hot Wire Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

Going Global—Xiris Introduces Multilingual Website

Notes from the S&S Welding and Cutting Show in Essen, Germany

Using Cameras and Image Difference Algorithims to Monitor LBW

Improving Tube and Pipe Welding with Laser Monitoring

XVC-O Weld Camera Proves It Works in Extreme Cold

Stop by the Xiris Booth at Schweissen & Schneiden 2013

Using Cameras to Monitor Welding During OCTG Fabrication

3 Ways to Improve Tube and Pipe Mill Changeover

Introducing the Xiris Weld Video Library

3 Tube and Pipe Trends Leading to Better Weld Monitoring

Improve Safety for Submerged Arc Welding Applications!

Weld Profile Monitoring of Electro-Resistance Welding or High Frequency Tube and Pipe Production

Monitoring Skelp in Tube and Pipe Welding

The Anatomy of a Weld: What a Weld Camera Can See

Inspecting Needle Tubes for Weld Defects

Using a Weld Camera to Detect Seam Misalignment

Determining Total Cost of Ownership for Weld Cameras

Integration of Weld Cameras Leads to Competitive Advantage

Why You Still Need Operator Monitoring of the Weld Seam

Using Technology to Recruit the Best Young Welders

Using Cameras to Monitor Fillet Welds in Nuclear Facilities

10 Competitive Advantages Provided by Weld Cameras

Why Video Recording of Welding Processes Is Useful

XVC-O Weld Camera: No Aperture Required!

The Importance of Depth of Field for Weld Cameras

Attract Workers to Automated Welding with Modern Technology

Using a Weld Camera to Guide Cross-Slide Mechanisms

Automated Inspection Systems Used In Optical Disc Manufacturing

Using Automated Inspection Systems in CD/DVD Manufacturing

How to Justify the Cost of a Weld Camera #5: Indirect Benefits

How to Justify the Cost of a Weld Camera #4: Final Inspections

Accuracy, Repeatability, and Resolution in Machine Vision

10 Essential Elements of a Weld Camera

Using a Weld Camera in Submerged Arc Welding

How to Justify the Cost of a Weld Camera #3: Increased Safety

How Image Processing Helps Display Weld Images on Monitors

How to Justify the Cost of a Weld Camera #2: Lower Unit Costs

How Image Sharpening Can Improve Weld Camera Images

How to Justify a Weld Camera #1: Reduced Scrap/Rework Cost

Using a Weld Camera to Monitor Pulsed Current Welding

The Best Way to Cool a Weld Camera—Air or Liquid?

Why Choose Xiris as Your Weld Camera Supplier?

Video Signal Integrity and Noise Immunity in Welding Environments

Using a Weld Camera for Welding Instruction

Using a Weld Camera to Monitor Pipe Cladding

Using a Weld Camera for Tube and Pipe Production

Using a Weld Camera to Help Select Shielding Gas

Using a Weld Camera for Monitoring Plasma Arc Welding (PAW)

Using a Weld Camera for Monitoring Laser Welding

Using a Weld Camera for Monitoring GTAW

Using a Weld Camera for Monitoring GMAW

How Image Contrast Affects Remote Weld Monitoring

How to Select the Field of View for a Weld Camera

Where to Place a Weld Camera

6 Ways Weld Cameras Reduce Operator Fatigue

Weld Cameras: Better Than the Human Eye?

What Is Machine Vision?

The Main Parameters That Characterize Weld Cameras

6 Applications That Demand Weld Cameras

7 Myths of Weld Cameras

How Weld Cameras Improve Safety

Why Weld Cameras Need High Dynamic Range Imaging

What Is a Weld Camera?

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