In this webinar we discuss why short-wave infrared (SWIR) thermal imaging is the best solution for monitoring a laser cladding process.
Our R&D Scientist, Dmytro Havrylov, PhD, has worked on the experimental comparison of visible, NIR and SWIR camera systems for laser cladding monitoring applications. As a result, the Xiris XIR-1800 camera has been successfully tested for laser cladding and produced thermal images with an unmatched level of detail.
Download a copy of this webinar to learn more about the combination of the Xiris XIR-1800 thermal camera and Xiris WeldStudio™ image processing tools that can provide operators valuable data to help improve control and quality of laser cladding applications.
Dmytro Havrylov, PhD
Dmytro Havrylov is the R&D Scientist with Xiris Automation Inc. He holds a PhD in Materials Engineering from the University of Alberta, and an MSc. in Applied Mathematics and Physics. Dmytro’s interests include advanced manufacturing technologies, computer vision systems, statistical and machine learning algorithms for media processing.
VP of Sales, North America
With a technical background in mechanical engineering and business, Lyle has a rich history of leading sales teams to provide leading edge technology solutions to customers across various industries. Based out of our Canadian office in Burlington, Ontario, Lyle will be responsible for all sales of Xiris weld cameras and inspection systems in North America.
With a mechanical engineering degree and experience working in the Oil field, Mining and Subsea equipment design and inspection industries, Greg concentrates on developing new products and services for global injection molding machine and automation companies. Greg plays a key role in ensuring Xiris products bring new leading-edge solutions to the market that meet customer’s needs.