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Every month, RX Solutions publishes new articles in order to give you more insights on x-ray computed tomography. Discover the latest articles written by our X-ray CT experts

Assembly inspection of complex parts with X-ray CT

Roland - 13/09/2021
When an object is assembled from different components, it represents multiple hidden features and important characteristics. X-ray CT can be used to investigate the assembly quality, at any step of the production process, with the distinct advantage of providing an internal and external visualization of the object without having to disassemble it and lose crucial information.

Improving defect analysis with X-ray CT

Ludovic - 16/08/2021
As a non-destructive imaging technique, X-ray CT allows the inspection of defects in the material's structure such as cracks, porosities, or inclusions. A multitude of industrial applications requires the use of computed tomography, to control manufacturing objects during the production stage.

Understanding and correcting image artefacts in X-ray CT scans

Morgane - 09/08/2021
While X-ray CT is a very innovative technology, there can be some issues to image quality in what we call artefacts. Understanding artefacts is important as you need to differentiate them from real parts features, thus correcting artefacts is possible as there are multiple options in order to minimize them.

10 Frequently Asked Questions about X-ray CT

William - 21/07/2021
X-ray Computed Tomography has emerged as the most common and innovative non-destructive 3D imaging technique. Widely used in many sectors, such as materials research and industrial components & assemblies, X-ray CT offers the possibility of viewing internal & external features of parts in detail. 

The potential of 4D inspection

Verona - 21/06/2021
What we call 4D or fourth dimension is essentially the same as the 3D with the addition of time dimension. Thanks to this innovative technology, an object is united into a whole in space and time.

RENAULT Group - Using X-ray CT for failure analysis in on-board electronics

Roland - 19/05/2021
The technical progress expected in the automotive industry in the coming years is important and very challenging, particularly with the development of electric vehicles. Renault Group has made innovation one of the keys to its success with its Guyancourt Technocentre, one of the largest automotive research and development center in Europe.

X-ray CT improves all stages of product life cycle in the industrial sector

Ludovic - 07/04/2021
X-ray Computed Tomography is the most advanced technology for 3D inspection. As a nondestructive imaging technique, it operates at all stages of the product life cycle. Thus, getting a perfect insight into the invisible features of parts allows to capture, investigate, measure & analyze internal and external structures of components in a nondestructive way.

Injection Molding: AVENTICS Pneumatic Solutions, by Emerson, Optimizes Tool Correction Process with X-ray tomography

Adrien - 06/04/2021
X-ray computed tomography has been used for many years by Aventics for the inspection of injected parts and complex assemblies. Aventics first discovered this innovative technology thanks to RX Solutions' services department, especially for checking assemblies and looking for defects in their parts (porosities, inclusions).

Nano-tomography: explore your applications beyond the limits

Morgane - 23/02/2021
X-ray nano-tomography is a highly precise technology for 3D rendering images at sub-micron resolution. This notion is established on an additional expansion of micro-CT existing technology.
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