3D-Computed X-ray tomography system Rayscan 250E

Description:

Computed tomography (CT) is an imaging procedure that uses X–ray source to irradiate the object at different angles and 2D images at a flat panel detector are recorded. Later 3D images of the density distribution inside the object are reconstructed. The computerized tomography calculation allows the 3D reconstruction of the measured volumetric data inside the object.  Up to 3 μm resolution can be achieved.