Industrial computed tomography
Imaging by means of computed tomography enables non-destructive testing and measurement of areas of components, assembled assemblies or even composite components that are not accessible at all or only to a limited extent.
In contrast to all other scanning methods, a component or assembly group can be recorded in its entirety, thus offering a much wider range of evaluation options.
In addition to the classic evaluations of dimensions, shape and layers, this also enables analyses of the material structure such as:
- porosity / inclusion detection (Lunker analysis)
- False color matches/comparisons
- Aging analyses
- Target/actual comparisons
- Initial sample measurements / First sampling (FAIR)
- Defect analyses
- Reverse engineering
For computer tomography or X-ray tomography, we use a modern Werth TomoScope L300 in our company. Depending on the customer’s requirements and the nature of the part to be inspected, a power of up to 300 kV is possible.
|Max. Workpiece gr..e:||D = 470 mm / L = 678 mm (depending on the aspect ratio of the workpieces, more if necessary)|
|Accuracy:||4,5 μm – 0,02 mm|
|Calibration:||Standard-compliant calibration according to VDI 2617 with DAkkS certificate|
|Special features:||considerable time saving due to patented stepless rotary axis|