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How to Build Enthusiasm for Welding

Cameron Serles
Written by Cameron Serles on April 29, 2015

Motivating your welding staff doesn't have to be a challenge anymore. It's simple. If you want to motivate your welders, you have to make them feel excited to come to work every day and to spend time working on your welding processes and improving them. How to do it? An effective solution is to add a Xiris weld camera to your welding cells. By doing so, operators can capture images of their welding processes so that more details of their weld arc and its surrounding background can be seen for the first time, all from a remote monitoring station. Some of those welding process details include:







By adopting new technologies within their factories such as a Xiris XVC Weld Camera, progressive manufacturers can build interest and enthusiasm for the welding process on their shop floor by enabling their welding staff to make better decisions as to how to control the material inputs and welding parameters. In addition, by being able to monitor the welding process remotely, the welder is free from worry of danger and can focus on achieving the perfect weld.


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