Industrial CT scanning, is a testing procedure that uses radiography techniques to obtain and quantify volumetric information in three dimensions. Industrial CT scanning can acquire actual information on metallic and non-metallic samples, rigid and fibrous materials, and objects with smooth or uneven surfaces.
Industrial CT Working Principle:
Industrial CT scanning functions similarly to digital radiography in that X-rays targeted at the test material are captured to different degrees based on its density. When residue radiation strikes a sensor, it creates a monochrome image. CT scans generate images by revolving the sampling unit 360 degrees, resulting in a lot of different images. These images have been used to generate a 3D model, which may then be evaluated with analytical equipment or developed in Design tools.
Suitable Materials for Scanning:
Industrial CT scanning is appropriate for practically all materials, however, it is especially effective for:
- Glass fiber reinforced plastics
- Carbon fiber reinforced plastics
- Non-destructively obtains an object’s internal structure
- Internal dimensions are produced with high precision.
- All shapes and dimensions are compatible.
- There is no need for post-processing.
- Exceptional quality