The large scanning volume allows for unparalleled inspection of very large objects. With this very large scanning volume, it is now possible to visualize, measure and analyze with high resolution large components or assemblies, up to mm in diameter and mm in height. The ability to house an X-Ray tube of up to kV means thicker and denser samples can also be inspected. Thanks to the large wide door opening, the system facilitates easy access to the rotation stage and optimizes the sample positioning. The 7 motion axes allows easier positioning of parts as well as the ability to hold samples of up to 80kg or more. This greater flexibility of parts positioning and adjustable distance between the source and the detector, leads to easier, faster and higher quality acquisitions. Both the imager and the tube can be shifted allowing the inspection of even larger parts.
The EasyTom 3D CT scanners features high-resolution digital radioscopy, versatility for a wide variety of applications, 6 motion axis and large volume inspection. Real Time Scanning for Fast Measurements. Attains highly precise measurements.
RX Solutions Easytom 160
The EasyTom S from RX Solutions is their smallest system available, making it perfect for the office or small lab environment. However, the small size of the system does not limit its scan volume capability. The scanning diameter and height is mm x mm respectively, making this a very versatile system. The details of the options are listed below. The KV system is perfect for small plastic parts, with a total power output of 16W and a focal spot size down to 2 microns means the smallest details will be captured. The KV system has a much higher power output of 39W while still boasting a small focal spot size of 5 microns. This makes it a perfect system for composites, plastics and some light metals. The KV system is the highest output available with 75W max power while still retaining a small focal spot of 5 microns.
Every feature to be measured, internal and external all captured in a single scan with a known certainty. Material advancements through things like additive lattice structures and carbon fiber layups can be visualized anywhere in the material cross section. Flaws, voids, porosities, excess material, missing material presented in vibrant graphics and detailed data summaries. Find internal misaligned parts, missing components, open leads after final assembly and before product failure occurs. We now have the possibility to characterize lab materials that we analyze at a sub-micron scale, which was only possible through Synchrotron facilities. Thus, our speed to market was significantly accelerated. Additive manufactured workpieces require many controls and inspections during the overall production process. Composite workpieces require many controls and inspections during the overall production process. Foundry components require many controls and inspections during the overall production process.