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TIG Welding Comparison 160hz vs 50hz (CAVILUX Laser and Phantom VEO 710s at 3,500 fps)

In this video we explore a beautiful capture of a TIG welding process provided by our Polish distributor@ectestsystemssp.zo.o.4979

ECTS systems and welded by TIG Masters from Poland @TIGMASTERS

The illumination used in this case was our CAVILUX Smart at 640 nm and the camera used was a Phantom VEO 710S at 3,500 frames per second with 1 μs shutter time)

More about CAVILUX lasers: https://www.cavitar.com/products/

Run Time: 1:01min

TIG Welding Comparison 160hz vs 50hz (CAVILUX Laser and Phantom VEO 710s at 3,500 fps)

Video Credit: Cavitar 

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