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Xiris at the 2018 Beijing Essen Welding and Cutting Show

Posted by Dean Zhao on Thursday, June 07, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Discovering New Opportunities Alongside our Chinese Distributors

The Beijing Essen Welding & Cutting Fair is among the leading welding exhibitions, attracting many professionals in different sectors of the welding industry. It was an excellent opportunity for us to work alongside our Chinese distributors Harbin Jinlifeng Science and Technology Development Co. Ltd and Belwin Intelligent Technology Co. They continue to help us expand our presence in the area, and have our products applied in new ways.

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Representatives from Harbin Jinlifeng Science and Technology Development Co. and Belwin Intelligent Technology Co. with Xiris President Cameron Serles

Our cameras were on display for visitors, along with footage from our XVC product line. If you wish to have our cameras on display at your booth to highlight your products and equipment in live demonstrations, or are interested in learning more about our company and products, please contact us here.

Topics: Trade Show, weld camera system, Beijing Essen 2018

Weld Safety: Before and After

Posted by Margaret Montgomery on Friday, May 18, 2018 @ 01:37 PM

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, welders and cutters "have one of the highest rates of injuries of all occupations." [1] 

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Before installing a weld camera, welders are often perched at unsafe heights, giving them a poor view of their welding activities. 

Welders Work in Precarious Positions

Many welding activities are done at unsafe heights, while the welder attempts to monitor and control the welding process. The moving machinery around them forces them to work in small, constrained working areas- which is often dangerous and uncomfortable for the operator. In these conditions- behind a helmet and perched above the welding process- welders miss important details in the welding arc, which can lead to mistakes and inaccuracies that are costly and timely to fix. Not only are these conditions a safety risk, but they make it harder for welders to ensure that they execute a high quality weld.

Weld Cameras Give Welders an Eye Into Detail

Xiris Automation weld cameras enable workers to perform a weld without leaving the ground. Our solutions give welders a consistent image quality regardless of the angle of the weld. They can view multiple images of the weld from leading, trailing or side views of the weld process. 

 

Don't pay for accidents, prevent them using machine vision technology. 

 

If you are interested in learning more about our company and products, please contact us here.

 

[1]“Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 13 Apr. 2018, www.bls.gov/ooh/production/welders-cutters-solderers-and-brazers.htm#tab-3.

Topics: weld camera, weld safety, arc welding, mig welding, weld camera system

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