Industrial computed tomography, also known as CT scanning, uses X-ray technology to create 3D images of both interior and external components. For internal component inspection, industrial CT scanning has been used in many industrial sectors. a device that measures items in three dimensions precisely using X-rays.
An object is placed on a rotary table within the 3D CT scanner to be 3D scanned. X-rays enter the object, travel through it, and then collide with a detector, producing a 2D section image. Another X-ray image is then produced while the turntable revolves. More than a thousand cross-sectional X-ray images are combined to create the final 3D scan.
The global 3D industrial CT scanner market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
With the introduction of its ground-breaking, easily accessible X-ray 3D industrial computed tomography (CT) platform, Lumafield came out of hiding and allowed engineers to see into their goods with never-before-seen clarity.Engineers may overcome difficult problems with the aid of Lumafield’s X-ray vision and simple-to-use CT scanner.
Visualization of a CT scan of a pair of binoculars using Lumafield’s Voyager analysis programme. Voyager transforms scans into useful insights by providing intuitive visualizations that highlight hidden details, measuring tools that remove the guesswork from inspection, and a potent automated analysis engine that identifies holes, pores, and cracks before they develop into serious issues.
The Lumafield Neptune CT scanner is prepared to become a standard tool for complete engineering teams and is at home in any office or workshop setting. It has an AI-powered configuration and touchscreen interface, making it user-friendly for everyone without the need for a dedicated operator.
Customers who require a small system with features typically only found on larger X-ray or CT systems should look into the X3000. This system is adaptable enough to inspect both small and large components. The team of specialists at North Star Imaging will assist you in choosing the ideal system configuration for your application.
It has advanced imaging modalities like SubpiX, VorteX, MosaiX, Ring Reduction, Integrated efX Software Suite, Integrated Motion Control, and is available with our automated RobotiX add-on. It is also DICONDE compliant.
Any 3D industrial or scientific micro- and nanoCT task can be formatted for the Phoenix V|tome|x S 240. The inspection challenges faced by the electronics, R&D, scientific, and automotive industries can best be met by this CT scanner.
The V|tome|x S 240 has the option of having both a 240 kV/320 W microfocus X-ray tube and a 180 kV/20 W high-power nanofocus X-ray tube for maximum flexibility.
This special combination makes the system an excellent tool for a variety of applications, including microCT 3D analysis of highly absorbing objects up to 15 kg in weight and 500 mm in diameter and extreme high resolution nanoCT scans of low absorbing materials with best detail detactabilty of 0.2 micrometre.
The system can also be used for high throughput radiographic 2D inspection thanks to an additional tilt axis and Flash! image enhancement technology.
With the introduction of their prototype computed tomography (CT) scanner that incorporates dark field imaging, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has made 3D dark-field X-ray images a clinical possibility. They demonstrated how a clinical CT scanner can also incorporate dark-field X-ray technology.
Despite the fact that this technology is still in its infancy, pre-clinical research on mice has shown that dark-field CT scans have definite advantages, particularly when it comes to taking pictures of lung tissue. The new CT prototype is large enough for the intended applications with actual patients and has already been used successfully with a thorax phantom, a model of the upper body of a human.
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