Basler doubles camera assembly capacity

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With the addition of a latest-generation parts placement machine, Basler Vision Technologies has doubled its camera assembly capacity. Jan Lemke, head of production at Basler said: 'Over the last few years, Basler has made ongoing investments in our production capabilities. With this new machine, we are aligned with current market and customer requirements, and we are well equipped for the future.'

Basler is benefiting from the ongoing economic recovery and an increase in capital equipment spending, and since the beginning of the year, incoming order growth has been very strong. This applies especially to the GigE camera segment, which is showing the largest percentage growth when compared to analogue or digital cameras with other interfaces.

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