Reduce Costs and Accelerate Production with CT Scan
Cost-effective engineers use Industrial CT to non-destructively inspect new products throughout the design and development stages. Failure investigations, part-to-part comparisons, internal measurements, solder/weld quality control - no disassembly required with results down to the micron level.
View more details on our product development blog here.
View critical hidden interfaces. Industrial CT Scanning reveals every aspect of a component both internally and externally. The image below is a CT scan of a fully assembled camera.
Isolate and magnify internal details. Compact, highly populated electronics can be inspected, virtually slicing in any direction.
Examine connection quality. Inspection of complete assembly and individual wire conductors, bundles, insulation, shielding, joints and connectors. Identify breaks, shorts, solder voids, and inclusions. Supporting failure analysis, 1st article inspection and vendor qualification.
Detect counterfeit or copied designs. This is an example of a fully assembled watch, virtually sliced. Individual micro springs and gears are visible.
View internally from any angle or slice plane. Examine complex fully assembled parts, virtually slicing through layers and inspecting/measuring the internal electronics, mechanical components and fitment without disturbing or destroying the part.
Detect an open current. Industrial CT Scanning reveals every aspect of a component both internally and externally. This CT scan shows an open circuit as viewed in the right image below.
Segmentation can be attained using advanced analysis software (Volume Graphics). Our engineers can post-process CT scan data and isolate individual components of complex assemblies based on density, surface determination and gray scale boundaries.
Read more details in our segmentation blog.