Publications and news

NEW INFRARED TECHNOLOGIES joins Spanish 3D printing association ADDIMAT

24.07.2019

At the ADDIMAT Board meeting held on July 16, the decision was taken to approve the admission of New Infrared Technologies as a new member.

 

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CLAMIR 精确控制先进的激光制造工艺

March 2019

Laser Focus World China (Pennwell) (2019, 3/4)

Author: Arturo Baldasano

Article published in the Chinese edition of the prestigious magazine Laser Focus World with a technical review of CLAMIR

 Article published only in Chinese language

 

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Quality assurance tool for Laser Metal Deposition wins EU innovation award

14.03.2019

Metal AM (Inovar Communications Ltd) (Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 2019)

Article published in the prestigious magazine Metal AM referring the Innovation Radar prize awarded to CLAMIR

 

 

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CLAMIR precisely controls advanced laser manufacturing processes

January 2019

Laser Focus World (Pennwell) (January 2019, Vol. 55, No. 1)

Author: Arturo Baldasano (edited by John Wallace)

Article published in the prestigious magazine Laser Focus World with a technical review of CLAMIR

 

 

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Europe awards the Additive Manufacturing ‘made in Spain’

12.01.2019

El Economista (printed edition)

Author: Yago Gantes

A Spanish company releases a product to improve the production and increase the throughput

Published only in Spanish language

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New Infrared Technologies awarded with the Innovation Radar Prize 2018 – ‘Industrial & Enabling Tech’ category

06.12.2018

New Infrared Technologies (NIT) has been awarded with the Innovation Radar Prize 2018, category ‘Industrial & Enabling Tech’. This prize category aims to recognize new technologies and components, developed with EU-funding, that have industrial relevance and/or potential to enable the emergence of new applications.

 

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CLAMIR – Interview of José Pozo (EPIC) during LASYS 2018

07.06.2018

EPIC meets New Infrared Technologies at LASYS 2018

Author: EPIC – European Photonics Industry Consortium

Mr. Rodrigo Linares, Business Development Manager, presents CLAMIR

 

 

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CLAMIR process control system from NIT powers up LMD/DED 3D printing

25.05.2018

3D Printing Media Network

Author: Davide Sher

Article published in the online magazine 3D Printing Media Network with a technical review of CLAMIR

 

 

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CLAMIR – Interview at DVS-TV during Schweissen & Schneiden 2017

03.11.2017

DVS-TV, 2 special edition from the Schweissen & Schneiden 2017

Author: DVS-TV (© 2017 DVS-TV)

Mr. Rodrigo Linares, Business Development Manager, presents CLAMIR

 

 

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Monitoring and Controlling of 3D Metal Printing Process

01.06.2017

Auto-Control Magazine, June 2017

Author: Un-Hyong Baek (ELMO TRADING, South Korea)

Article published in the magazine Auto-Control with a complete technical review of the system CLAMIR

Article published exclusively in Korean language

 

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Uncooled MWIR PbSe technology outperforms CMOS in RT closed-loop control and monitoring of laser processing

30.04.2017

Authors: Fraunhofer ILT (Aachen, Gemany), AIMEN Laser Applications Center (O Porriño, Spain)

Abstract: We report novel findings in the field of real time closed-loop control and monitoring of laser processing. Using a novel coaxial multispectral imaging system, we compare the performance of uncooled MWIR PbSe sensors to visible CMOS sensors. Comparison is performed in two different tasks: closed-loop control of laser cladding and monitoring of laser welding. In both cases, PbSe imagers show a clear advantage in terms of reliability and accuracy as for the performance achieved using the same state-of-the-art processing algorithms on images acquired simultaneously during the same laser processing trials.

Paper accepted by OSA for publication (June 2017)

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A giant achievement for 3D printing

18.04.2017

Expansión Economía Digital. Written by E.A.

A new technology developed by NIT solves one of the main challenges in Additive Manufacturing

 

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