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About MeltView technology
Fits your machine. It’s as small as it needs to be and provides the optimum view of your weld zone. It uses flexible cables, high temperature cables, fiber optic or wireless transmission so that you can monitor the weld in your chosen location. It’s as ruggedized as your application necessitates and always reliable.
It gives a stunningly clear image, in black and white or color, of the features that your operator needs to see, whether that’s the tungsten tip, perimeter of the puddle, the seam for alignment or all of these simultaneously. Not least of all, your camera is supported by the dedicated team that designs every MeltView camera and built your camera just for your job.
Plasma keyhole welding offers high integrity welds and high productivity.
Pipe welding cameras provide numerous benefits to the operator.
Mechanized welding is commonly employed in the manufacture of tanks and pressure vessels.
Welding process development is a challenging task.
See videos of bore cladding, orbital welding, welding on aluminum and welding on stainless.
Welding defects captured with MeltView cameras.
Keyhole welding on stainless steel.
Steel bores and valves are commonly clad or overlayed with a secondary alloy to protect the underlying component.
Micro welding processes call for optical magnification due to the fine scale of the weldments.
Welding education cameras provide a clear view of welding puddle.
High frame rate welding cameras enable humans to view the welding process in incredible detail.
It’s possible to capture video at higher framerates with our digital line of welding cameras, but is it worth it?
We'll help you find the welding camera that works best for your needs.