Compare your product
Nominal-to-actual comparison that shows geometric differences between scanned workpiece data and a CAD nominal model plays a key part in the development of your product. Compare CAD drawings to X-ray CT scans by looking at the shape, size, and inner details of your part without causing any damage. A color code is also used to display deviations, giving a visual representation of the variations between components.
Find the best material
When developing a product with multiple materials or trying to use less for environmental reasons, you can count on micro-structure analyses and high-resolution assembly inspection. Visualizing tiny details, allows you to access every material’s behavior and interaction if using multiple, thus finding the best and innovative material.
Avoid defects that impact a product’s functionality
Non-destructive testing enables for the detection of structural flaws like as cracks, porosities, and inclusions. The investigation of cracks, voids, porosity, and inclusions reveals critical physical features that reflect poorly on the component's quality and performance aspects.
X-ray CT allows you to detect, quantify, and measure flaws all while visualizing them in 3D. A defect visualization by sizes, shapes, or other criteria can be carried out using a color code, and the analysis results can be exported in various formats and used to improve product quality.
Get high accuracy geometries
CT is a strong non-destructive technology that allows for the measurement and characterization of an object's inner and outer structures in a 3D volume, as well as the determination of various surface and feature data. Any traditional measurements, including GD&T dimensional measurement and position tolerances such as parallelism, perpendicularity, and concentricity, can be done in a single X-ray CT scan regardless of shape complexity.