SWIR as the ally of laser processes

Jan 29, 2019 | News

Never settling down with the present success, NIT always continues providing better imaging solutions. This year, NIT brings you the best of the SWIR cameras, especially for industrial applications.

Discover through several episodes of how our large WiDy Family improves today’s and tomorrow’s challenges in several industries fields.

A new opportunity of NIT HDR SWIR camera?

Laser additive manufacturing.

After decades of development, lasers are used with various industrial applications including cutting, drilling, welding, etc.. and recently in the additive manufacturing industry (3D printing).

A camera with the appropriate wavelength will give the operator the ability to optimize the fabrications processes. Our first episode takes a closer look at WiDy SWIR cameras as the allies of laser additive manufacturing processes.

Don’t hesitate to contact if you have any questions.
See you in the next episode!

New brochures releases!

Starting a new year with a fresher look, we are pleased to bring you more informative documents including:

  •  SWIR cameras brochure – the WiDy family: a brief view of NIT SWIR camera family with a fresher look.
  •  Application brochure: NIT unique technology in applications glimpse.
  •  Our website has been updated to fit these changes. So don’t forget to take a glance: SWIR products

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