This company has acquired a high-resolution FLIR thermal imaging camera to expand the capabilities of its application engineering lab. The camera will reportedly help the company’s application engineering lab engineers analyze the distribution of heat in the parts that are exposed to the iCure curing system to optimize energy, wavelength and irradiance to meet particular process needs or improve clients’ manufacturing productivity.
“This added capability will play an important role in the development of customized curing profiles for our clients, as it shows exactly how heat is distributed in the part, which in turn leads to better control and optimization of the curing process,” said Ruben Burga, vice president of Sales.
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IRPHOTONICS: Thermal Imaging Service
September 27, 2011