Ensure a constant melt pool during your laser metal deposition (LMD) and cladding processes with CLAMIR.
The high-speed infrared camera (1.1 um – 5.0 um) monitors the geometry and calculates the width of the melt pool. This information is used to control the laser power, closing the loop. The result is a constant width along the entire process.
Without controlling the applied power in LMD, the part may overheat, leading to a halt in production. In laser cladding processes, it could permanently damage the substrate. With CLAMIR you get a compact, user-friendly process for controlling and monitoring laser cladding and laser 3D printing.
CLAMIR infrared cameras are compatible with the main laser source technologies, including diode, fiber, and disk laser sources. Ensuring the constant melt pool reduces the risks of defects or damage to the substrate. CLAMIR can also be used for monitoring in aerospace applications, for example, where no change in manufacturing parameters are permitted.
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