|Motion Device Design Considerations for Vacuum Applications 23 Mar 2017|
What to Consider when Selecting a Vacuum Compatible Positioner
|Evolution of a Frame Grabber company 28 Feb 2017|
BitFlow has learned to adapt and create in the ever changing technology world. Over the past 24 years, while continuing to evolve, BitFlow has developed a reputation of great customer service and technical support. This article explores the paths BitFlow has taken to become the successful company they are today.
|Large format NBPF – a uniformity challenge 06 Feb 2017|
Iridian demonstrates breakthrough capability for large format, high uniformity narrow bandpass filter
|New ultraviolet laser module for sensors 13 Dec 2016|
SHARP Laboratories of Europe present the first compact laser for UVC wavelengths near 220nm
|The pco.dimax cs series: an introduction of peerless flexibility in high-speed imaging 14 Sep 2016|
Please see pco.dimax cs brochure for additional technical details and how the pco.dimax cs camera series can make a positive contribution to your work
|Driving Parallel Axes with Lockstep Movement 07 Sep 2016|
Digitally Synchronized Gantries for a Flexible and Powerful Solution
|Spectroscopy of Sports Drinks 12 Aug 2016|
Ocean Optics explores the composition of several sample sports beverages using modular spectroscopy.
|Clearly Superior: Epoxies for Optical Applications 2 28 Jul 2016|
White paper reviews important considerations when choosing an epoxy for optical applications.
|Why using a BitFlow Frame Grabber in your Machine Vision Application is the best decision. 03 May 2016|
It's not the easiest job to be a frame grabber company, but it can be. Individually, the frame grabber doesn't sell itself. It's a sub-component of a vision system like the cables or the lens. The main component that determines the sale of the machine vision system is the sensor. The customer asks themselves a few questions when developing a machine vision solution.