Industrial Computed Tomography
A non-destructive look inside the component
Industrial computed tomography is an important component in reliable product and process development as well as process monitoring and re-qualification. Our technical equipment is constantly adapted to the high demands of our customers.
By using computed tomography, the entire component can be digitally scanned. Even complex geometries can be recorded and assessed. This technology is also used where optical and tactile measurements are not possible.
Based on a 3-D-volume model, CT provides comprehensive data on the internal and external composition of the component. This provides in turn accurate statements about porosity, defects, wall thicknesses, nominal/actual comparisons and assembly states. The high-precision voxel-data make rapid assessment possible and you will get the desired analysis results from us promptly along with the data set so that you can review the results in the analysis software.
Identification of Actual State
After precisely recording and assessing the actual state, we set down the analysis strategy in dialogue with you.
Multi-shift operation assures an efficient and flexible execution of the entire project sequence.
Our service: On request, our fleet will pick up your components and return them.
- Completing the CT-Scans
- Defect Analysis:
- Porosity Analysis
- Inclusion Analysis
- Crack Analysis
- Wall Thickness Analysis
- Nominal/Actual Comparison
- Coordinate Measurement
- Assembly Controlling
- Surface Reconstruction
- Fiber Composite Material Analysis
- Reverse Engineering
Perfect data in combination with excellent analytics build the foundation of our documentation.
The results are documented in such a way that you can draw the right conclusions for your quality assurance. As needed, we will consult and support you: via telephone, web meeting, remote support or in personal conversation.
The analysis reports can be added directly into your own process documentation.
With our 2D- and 3D X-ray machinery, we cover all output classes up to 450 kV. We are able to scan small and large components with differences in weight, material density and geometry using 2D- and 3D-digitalization methods.
The detectable component size is a maximum of 550 mm in diameter (X-Y-axis) and 1200 mm in height (Z-axis). Both, mono materials and mixed materials of low to high densities can be analyzed.
Plastics and fiber composite materials, elastomers, stones, wood as well as various metals are just a few examples of the multitude of materials that can be analysed using industrial computed tomography.
Evaluation software by VGStudio MAX, GOM Inspect Professional and ZEISS Calypso enable rapid analysis and evaluation with conclusive documentation.
Max. measuring range [mm]
X-Y-axis, Ø = 550
Z = 1200
- Mixed material
- Fibre composite material
- Electronical components
- Different metals, e.g.
130 - 225 - 300 - 450 kV
< 1 µm
2D X-ray inspection
GE MICROME I X
· Combined 2D-/3D-X-ray inspection
· Angled radiation: stepless adjustable
projection angle up to 70°
GE V I TOMEX M 300
Extension of the scope of analyses by 2D x-ray inspection software: Quality Assurance and phoenix x-ray Xe²
ZEISS Metrotom 800 – High Resolution (HR) Version
Virtual measuring range extension of the detector in the Y-axis direction up to 95%
Automatic filter changer
ZEISS Metrotom 1500
GE V I TOMEX M 300
Varian ACTIS 800
Detector variant 2: 380