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Feinfocus releases x-ray system for 2D, 3D inspection

Posted: 05 Feb 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:uct-50 system? x-ray inspection system? feinfocus?

The ?CT-50 x-ray inspection system from Feinfocus combines high-power microfocus 2D x-ray technology with 3D computed tomography techniques and volume rendering software.

Performing detailed inspection and analysis of complex mechanical and electromechanical devices in the 3rd dimension, the system visualizes the most inner components and precise structural modeling of a device, depicting cracks, voids and other crucial anomalies in their actual 3D position.

Suitable for typical NDT and complex electromechanical component inspection applications in automotive, avionics, castings and other industries, the product comes with a directional tube of up to 225kV featuring the two x-ray modes microfocus and high-power. The company's TXI (True X-ray Intensity) control constantly controls the output level of x-ray intensity during the image acquisition process.

The system manipulator is precise yet rugged for heavy samples up to 30kg. It features up to 6 axes, plus 2 additional high-precision CT axes. The standard system manipulator is suitable for CT scans of bigger parts and smaller geometric magnification requirements, whereas the additional high-precision unit is targeted for high magnifications and smaller samples. All manipulator movements and inspection processes can be saved and rerun via CNC.

The device comes with a multi-processor based computer system for fast image reconstruction, the latest FGUI (Feinfocus Graphical User Interface) v2.2 that includes a versatile image processing system, easy configuration of automated processes for serial inspection and standard network capability.

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