Thermography Events

InfraTec's online events give you the opportunity to learn more about the possibilities of thermography in your demanding field of activity in a concentrated form. Meet colleagues for professional exchange and get to know innovative product news as well as system solutions from InfraTec.

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  • Webinar Micro-Thermography
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    Micro-Thermography: Contactless Temperature Measurement in the Micrometer Scale

    Thermal optimisation of the assembly process and components is a central issue in the development of new products. The temperature distribution of energised PCBs and individual components can be analysed very well by using powerful thermal imaging systems, while hotspots can be tracked in the image area at the same time. Learn more about micro-thermography as a contactless temperature measurement in the micrometer scale.

  • Material testing, stress test with thermal cameras from InfraTec - Picture credits: © iStock / kimtaro
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    Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography

    You would like to know more about the advantages of thermography for thermo-elastic stress analysis? Then join the free InfraTec online event "Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography".

  • InfraTec online event Additive Manufacturing - Picture credits: © iStock.com / nordroden
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    Optimising Additive Manufacturing Technologies Using Thermography

    Additive manufacturing has become a standard technology already. But with the demand for increasing resistance of the manufactured parts and the focus on metals, there are still some challenges additive manufacturing faces. Thermography as contactless measuring solution contributes to meet them.

Micro-Thermography: Contactless Temperature Measurement in the Micrometer Scale

Thermal optimisation of the assembly process and components is a central issue in the development of new products. The temperature distribution of energised PCBs and individual components can be analysed very well by using powerful thermal imaging systems, while hotspots can be tracked in the image area at the same time. Learn more about micro-thermography as a contactless temperature measurement in the micrometer scale.

A Glimpse into the Event

  • What are the physical characteristics of micro-thermography?
  • What are the technical requirements for an IR camera system?
  • Which accessories (hardware and software) are needed to solve the measurement task?
  • Which selection criteria are important and relevant?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of cooled and uncooled camera systems?
  • In which application areas is micro-thermography used?
  • Webinar Micro-Thermography

    Date: 20.10.2021

    Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am CEST
    Language: English

  • Webinar Micro-Thermography

    Date: 21.10.2021

    Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm CEST
    Language: English

Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography

You would like to know more about the advantages of thermography for thermo-elastic stress analysis? Then join the free InfraTec online event "Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography".

Contents of the Event

  • Theoretical background – mechanical force, stress and temperature
  • Methods for analysis
  • Examples from practice with application samples – elastic periodical load test and fatigue test
  • Short overview about InfraTec products

  • Special topic by our guest speaker Vincent LE SAUX
    Lecture: “Some illustrations of the contribution of quantitative infrared thermography in mechanical engineering: application to cyclic loading”
  • Material testing, stress test with thermal cameras from InfraTec - Picture credits: © iStock / kimtaro

    Date: 16.11.2021

    Time: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm CET
    Language: English

Optimising Additive Manufacturing Technologies Using Thermography

Additive manufacturing has become a standard technology already. But with the demand for increasing resistance of the manufactured parts and the focus on metals, there are still some challenges additive manufacturing faces. Thermography as contactless measuring solution contributes to meet them.

Process Optimisation and Quality Control
With non-contact temperature measurements, the energy input in the manufacturing process can be well determined. That allows a comprehensive understanding of the processes and as a result better part quality in relation to density, porosity and deformation as well as higher process speeds. Additionally, thermography can also be used for non-destructive testing in the postprocessing quality control of manufactured parts.

A Glimpse into the Online Event

  • Additive manufacturing: definition, benefits, types, presence and future
  • Fields of application for thermography in additive manufacturing
  • Challenges in additive manufacturing of metals
  • Use of thermography to improve manufacturing technologies
  • Technical requirements for IR cameras in additive manufacturing
  • Advantages and disadvantages of cooled and uncooled camera systems
  • Accessories (hardware and software) needed to solve the measurement task

Guest Speaker

On top our guest speaker Dr. rer. nat. Simon Altenburg from Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung und -forschung (BAM), Division Thermographic Methods, will provide valuable input based on his vast experience improving additive manufacturing technologies. BAM is the German materials´ testing institute.

  • InfraTec online event Additive Manufacturing - Picture credits: © iStock.com / nordroden

    Date: 04.11.2021

    Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am CEST
    Language: English