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Additive Manufacturing

Industrial X-ray & CT Scanning for Additive Manufactured Parts


3D printing is moving from visual non-functional prototyping, to a technology that satisfies real-world applications or production requirements. Since the requirements for 3D printed parts are becoming significantly more demanding, the industry is searching for ways to validate and analyze their products. Industrial CT scanning is able to validate internal geometry and defects within a part without destroying the part. Want to propel the use of additive manufacturing across major industries? Our team is ready to help your team take a deeper look inside your most quality-critical components, to know what’s working and what isn’t.

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Additive Manufacturing (AM) methods and technology continue to advance in both capabilities and quality while providing more options in metals and polymers as well as many hybrid materials. With AM, yesterday’s impossible is truly today’s opportunity. One common denominator across all areas of AM is the need for qualification of the AM process and product.

  • AM System Qualification
  • In Situ Monitoring
  • Product Quality Compliance
  • Failure Analysis
  • Reverse Engineering
  • 2D & 3D Metrology
  • And much more
X-ray inspection of a 3d printed chuck