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Welding Cameras for Visualization of Welding Processes

The extremely bright light emitted by the core of the welding process “blinds” not only the eye but also standard camera systems. Special visualization methods are required to achieve appropriate visual monitoring of a welding process.

Welding cameras offered by Cavitar allow users to clearly observe the welding processes as if they were cold. Cavitar’s solutions range from compact, comprehensive, and ready-to-use visualization solutions such as camera and built-in laser illumination and optics through to a highly customizable system, to fulfill specific requirements of customers.

These solutions are relevant to all crucial arc welding processes like TIG, GMAW (MAG and MIG), and also to all significant beam welding processes such as Nd:YAG laser, diode laser, fiber laser, CO2 laser, and electron beam applications.


  • Images can be utilized for both image analysis and automation
  • Based on the images, operators and welders can tune the process in real time
  • Rapid error-detection minimizes scrap
  • Videos or images can be preserved for quality documentation
  • Enhanced working ergonomics for the welder
  • The system can be used from a safe distance to the process
  • Set-up time is reduced for welding processes
  • Decreased risk of inhaling harmful welding fumes
  • Compact system to facilitate simple integration
  • Excellent image quality
  • Rugged and well-suited for 24/7 industrial use
  • Comes with plug and play operation
  • Laser class 3R solutions can be achieved


  • TIG welding
  • Robot welding
  • GMAW welding (MAG and MIG)
  • Laser welding (for example, Nd:YAG, CO2, disc, and fiber lasers)
  • Hybrid welding (arc and laser welding)
  • Orbital welding
  • Linear welding
  • Semi-automated welding
  • Electron beam

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