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Welding of aluminum. Short film to show the melting of aluminum from close w ith DinoCapture at 1280x920 (2x) by Erno Roeland and Tjeerd Ketel. 15 mm visible Al ridge on flange. Add protective welding glass. Turn down brightness and contrast. 15 mm welding movie.

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Welding of aluminum

Welding of aluminum

Short film to show the melting of aluminum from close

with DinoCapture at 1280x920 (2x)

by Erno Roeland and TjeerdKetel

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


15 mm visible al ridge on flange
15 mm visible Al ridge on flange

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


Add protective welding glass
Add protective welding glass

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


Turn down brightness and contrast
Turn down brightness and contrast

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


15 mm welding movie
15 mm welding movie

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


Turn up brightness and contrast
Turn up brightness and contrast

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


Remove active window and add mm scale
Remove active window and add mm scale

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


Summary
Summary

  • Aluminum welding was followed with digital microscope (DinoLite). Extra EM-shielding of camera and USB cable was applied to avoid damage by the welding equipment.

  • The protective welding window and reducing the brightness and contrast were not sufficient to avoid overexposure. However, a second dark glass completely obscured the film.

  • Still a long way to welding with camera feed-back.

Tjeerd Ketel and Erno Roeland (Nikhef)


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