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Discover how X-rays improve every step of the product life cycle through our clients, such as Renault Group, L'Oréal, Lilly, Emerson, CNES... Whether it's for aerospace, automotive, additive manufacturing, electronics, packaging, academic research... X-ray CT is an essential technology easy-to-use for non-destructive 3D characterization of all types of industrial components, assemblies, and material samples. 
 
 

RENAULT Group: on-board electronics >

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, using X-ray CT. Read more here

EMERSON Aventics: injection molding >

As part of Emerson Automation Solutions, AVENTICS is one of the world’s leading brands in pneumatic components and systems. The group provides products and services for industrial automation as well as other industrial fields. X-ray computed tomography has been used for many years by Aventics for the inspection of injected parts and complex assemblies. Aventics first discovered X-ray computed tomography thanks to RX Solutions' services department, especially for checking assemblies and looking for defects in their parts (porosities, inclusions). Read more here

INSA Lyon Research Lab: lithium-ion batteries >

The development of energy storage solutions, especially for batteries, has been one of the most active industrial fields for many years. The stakes are getting higher with the exponential growth of electric mobility, connected objects, and means of communication. INSA Lyon uses X-ray CT to understand battery behavior. Read more here

RENAULT Group: on-board electronics >

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, using X-ray CT. Read more here

EMERSON Aventics: injection molding >

As part of Emerson Automation Solutions, AVENTICS is one of the world’s leading brands in pneumatic components and systems. The group provides products and services for industrial automation as well as other industrial fields. X-ray computed tomography has been used for many years by Aventics for the inspection of injected parts and complex assemblies. Aventics first discovered X-ray computed tomography thanks to RX Solutions' services department, especially for checking assemblies and looking for defects in their parts (porosities, inclusions). Read more here

INSA Lyon Research Lab: lithium-ion batteries >

The development of energy storage solutions, especially for batteries, has been one of the most active industrial fields for many years. The stakes are getting higher with the exponential growth of electric mobility, connected objects, and means of communication. INSA Lyon uses X-ray CT to understand battery behavior. Read more here

L'ORÉAL Paris: sustainable packaging >

Since 2007, L'Oréal has been committed to an ambitious policy of sustainable development, with the goal of reducing plastic packaging. In this context, X-ray tomography is a state-of-the-art 3D imaging technology, which allows us to explore new packaging in its entirety and thus ensure the best quality and performance for the consumer. Read more here

CNES Research Center: space exploration >

CNES Expertise Laboratory, using X-ray Computed Tomography, carries out non-destructive inspection of optocouplers developed by IRAP Laboratory (Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie) in Toulouse. An in-depth understanding of critical components’ failure mechanisms is one of the main aspects to raise the reliability of the equipment to the level required by the criticality of these missions. Read more here

MERIT Medical US: disposable medical devices >

With Steven Weir, VP TAI at Merit Medical we discussed the benefits of X-ray Computed Tomography for the medical devices sector, its current challenges and the CT systems used within the Merit Medical lab. Read more here

L'ORÉAL Paris: sustainable packaging >

Since 2007, L'Oréal has been committed to an ambitious policy of sustainable development, with the goal of reducing plastic packaging. In this context, X-ray tomography is a state-of-the-art 3D imaging technology, which allows us to explore new packaging in its entirety and thus ensure the best quality and performance for the consumer. Read more here

CNES Research Center: space exploration >

CNES Expertise Laboratory, using X-ray Computed Tomography, carries out non-destructive inspection of optocouplers developed by IRAP Laboratory (Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie) in Toulouse. An in-depth understanding of critical components’ failure mechanisms is one of the main aspects to raise the reliability of the equipment to the level required by the criticality of these missions. Read more here

MERIT Medical US: disposable medical devices >

With Steven Weir, VP TAI at Merit Medical we discussed the benefits of X-ray Computed Tomography for the medical devices sector, its current challenges and the CT systems used within the Merit Medical lab. Read more here