Change from VISCA to Pelco-D As new wires were added to the dome to allow for our camera head, it became clear that routing the VISCA signals out would be difficult and fragile. A change to the block diagram (below) eliminates that connection. Previously, we were taking advantage of the
Welding Careers featured in WSJ Article WSJ – Jan. 8, 2015 – The $140,000-a-Year Welding Job Two-Year Degree and Special Skills Pay Off for a Young Texan Source: Wall Street Journal – link: http://on.wsj.com/1tPQ3aR
WeldWatch featured on TIGTIME with Mr. TIG Visible Welding’s WeldWatch System and weld-by-video goggles were featured in the December 12th episode of Weld.com’s TIG TIME program. Mr. TIG used the camera to capture high resolution web video and the goggles to “blind weld”. Click HERE to watch.
Photos from FabTech 2014 – Atlanta Visible Welding exhibited in the InterTest booth at FABTECH – November 11-13, 2014, Atlanta GA and our camera was shown with live welding demonstrations in the ESAB and TipTig booths.
Goggles for real-time viewing. A commercial HDMI splitter placed between the Linux board and IO-Nodes box allows a HDMI drive for the goggles. This allows the welder to weld-by-camera, offering a special view of the interaction of the welder’s movements and the arc and pool.