CT System for Academic Research and Industrial R&D
UltraTom is an open and flexible system which is ideal for academic research and for industrial R&D applications. Hosted in a large bunker integrated inside your facility, UltraTom can be tailored to each test requirement. The space all-around the system enables easy access even to setup the most comprehensive in-situ CT experiments. This powerful open CT system has been designed to perfectly address the most challenging 3D applications ranging from material research to industrial applications in R&D, quality assurance and production.
Flexible X-ray system
The UltraTom CT system allows maximum flexibility in terms of sample size and orientation. With a very large scanning volume, UltraTom allows to visualize, measure and analyze even large components or assemblies with high resolution. The 9 motion axes allow easy positioning of parts that can weigh up to 100kg. Both the imager and the tube can be shifted allowing the inspection of even larger parts. This great flexibility of parts positioning and adjustable distance between the source and the detector, leads to easier, faster and higher quality acquisitions.
High Power and High Resolution Nano & Micro configurations
UltraTom can be equipped with a combination of up to three high power and high-resolution X-Ray sources and with a large choice of flat panel detectors and cameras which can easily be swapped to configure the system in order to match the most demanding application requirements. With an ultimate resolution down to 0.4 µm UltraTom provides sharp details and the balanced contrast and brightness needed for high quality imaging even at low energy levels.
A powerful X-ray software
Proprietary “X-Act” software delivers powerful results and breakthrough image quality across the entire RX Solutions’ range of CT Systems. UltraTom integrates the full featured “X-Act” software suite, that streamlines acquisition, enhances reconstruction with advanced corrective algorithms, and is capable of fully automated workflow all the way through scanning, reconstruction, and inspection steps.
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