Computed tomography (CT)

Online 3D CT-Viewer XVolume Viewer Web

1024 693 XRAY-LAB | Industrial X-ray analysis & 3D computed tomography (CT)

Manage and view your data from anywhere and on any device, no matter where you are in the world.XVolume Viewer Web was developed to make it easier to use and handle CT data.The advantage is that no software has to be installed on the computer and the data can be viewed on any a web browser.Problems of not allowed software…

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Computer Tomography On Plants

1022 713 XRAY-LAB | Industrial X-ray analysis & 3D computed tomography (CT)

Computer tomography makes it possible to look inside objects non-destructively and determine their structure. Plants in a pot can also be examined for research in the root area without taking them out of the soil. If CT images are taken at precisely defined intervals, a precise statement can be made about the growth of the plant and its root area.…

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CT on an Electron GUN

1024 773 XRAY-LAB | Industrial X-ray analysis & 3D computed tomography (CT)

X-ray tomography has been established as a nondestructive three-dimensional analysis tool, commercially offered by industrial vendors. Typical applications cover shape control and failure detection (voids, cracks) deep inside of complicated bulk pieces like engine blocks, bearings, turbine blades etc.. We evaluated the applicability of the process for superconducting radio frequency cavities, in particular a generic 1.3 GHz single test cell…

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Case Study 2 – Analysis of hair pins on e-motors for e-mobility

307 275 XRAY-LAB | Industrial X-ray analysis & 3D computed tomography (CT)

The target of this short study is to present an exemplary application of a 2D radiographic examination as well as a 3D computed tomography for the nondestructive assessment of hairpins for e-mobility. READ CASE STUDY

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RoboCT mit PolyCT zur Prüfung von Akkupacks

InlineCT & RoboCT

1024 512 XRAY-LAB | Industrial X-ray analysis & 3D computed tomography (CT)

100% Kontrolle durch InlineCT Durch die fortschreitende Technik in der industriellen Computertomographie lassen sich selbst große Bauteile innerhalb weniger Sekunden dreidimensional prüfen. Hochpräzise Quellen für Röntgenstrahlung mit stabilen Laufzeiten, verschleißarme Detektoren mit hohen Auflösungen und Bildraten sorgen für hohen Durchsatz in der Prüfzelle. Moderne Rechnersysteme, welche im Clusterverbund arbeiten, gewährleisten nahezu in Echtzeit eine dreidimensionale Auswertung und eine automatische Fehleranalyse.…

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