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

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.

Computed tomography, X-ray; 3D imaging; non-destructive testing; material characterization; dimensional measurements

Field of Science:
Diagnostic and measurement technologies, New materials for high-tech, Featured research equipment
Technical specification:

X-ray source Microfocus 10 - 250 kV and Macrofocus 50 - 450 kV Focal spot 3 μm - 250 μm and 0.4 mm Size of objects diameter / Height: 1 - 600 mm / 1 - 1500 mm Max. weight of objects 80 kg Detector´s active area 410 x 410 mm2 Number of detector-pixels (optional) 1024 x 1024 / 2048 x 2048 Digitising 16 bit Resolution of detail 1μm and 0.1 - 0.3 mm Contrast < 1 % Modes of operation 3D-CT and Radioscopy Operational mode optional Region-of-Interest CT

Usage area:
Medicine, biology: CT is usually used in medicine for an organic structure analysis or industry for non-destructive testing (NDT) and evaluation of object properties. Industry: non-destructive testing, visualisation of internal structures, dimensional measurements; material analysis, fault detection, assembly inspection, reverse engineering, comparison with CAD data. Science, health, space, transport industries: for construction and material analysis.
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