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Computed Tomography

Three-dimensional, non-destructive testing

For Computed Tomography (CT) the sample is x-rayed while turned by 360° in usually several hundred steps. From the images gahtered, a three-dimensional model of the sample can be reconstructed, that can be viewed slice by slice and therefore reveals – non-destructively – the complete inner structure of the sample. The electronic model can be virtually manipulated, which allows characteristics, features and defects of the structures to be displayed and evaluated without overlapping.


  • Quality assessments (e. g. porosity analyses)
  • Production and First Article Inspection (FAI)
  • Process optimization
  • Comparison between simulation and CT
  • Reverse Engineering (stl file gneeration)
  • Target / actual performance comparison
  • Certified personnel according to DIN EN ISO 9712 Level 1
  • Assessment according to standard VDG P202 and BDG P203


CT is a three-dimensional, non-destructive testing method which can be used to inspect a wide variety of materials, for example: 
Metals, polymers, ceramics, wood, construction materials, composites and compounds, rock, powder material, food

GE/phoenix v|tome|x L
  • 240 kV Microfocus-X-Ray Tube
  • Focus 4 – 200 μm
  • Resolution > 5 μm
  • Flat panel detector with 4000 x 4000 px

Maximum sample dimensions:
- Max. sample diameter: 380 mm
- Max. sample height: 550 mm
- Max. sample weight: 50 kg

Max. wall thickness:
- Steel: approx. 25 mm
- Aluminium: approx. 70 mm
- Polymer: approx. 300 mm




Radioscopic inspection is an industry approved testing method. It can be performed perfectly on the v|tome|x L.

We offer:

  • Certified personnel according to DIN EN ISO 9712 Level 1
  • Quality assessment
  • Production and First Article Inspection (FAI)

Additional measurements and investigations are possible on request.

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