Current micro-computed tomography (CT) systems are increasingly becoming part of the failure and material analysis suite of tools. Material scientists and laboratory professionals are now using these in many industries and academic labs. Gone are the days when multiple cross-sections were the only way to see the inner architecture of a sample in order to understand the internal structures, geometry, and composition. Today, the options available to the analyst are vast and less complicated, faster, and extremely accurate.
Many types of microCT systems are available on the market. However, to perform their internal examinations for a variety of research applications, professional labs, including those in the industrial sector, are now turning to a new generation of microCT technology. This new generation features helical scanning and iterative reconstruction technology that produce unsurpassed image fidelity and deliver the highest signal to noise ratio compared to traditional circular scanning technology.
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