Incorporates an open X-ray tube with a 1 µm microfocus point, which allows CT images of micro parts to be taken at high resolution.

World’s fastest, amazing CT processing speed!

  • Incorporates a proprietary developed “ultra-high speed reconstruction engine” to achieve amazing processing speed.
  • The newly developed ultra-high speed 3D cone beam CT system ensures that 3D and MPR images can be observed in a short time.

High resolution achieved by combining with an X-ray source having an ultra-microfocus point of 1 µm!
Dramatic improvements in throughput for ensuring high-quality imaging!

  • Reconstruction image quality has been dramatically improved thanks to 32-bit floating point high-speed computation.
  • Offset scanning is possible even in 3D cone beam CT scanning. This allows high image quality 3D-CT images to be obtained in a short time.
  • 3D cone beam CT scanning allows 1024 × 1024 × 1024 3D-CT images, the largest size in this industry, to be obtained.
  • With 2D-CT scanning, a high-resolution reconstruction matrix up to 4096 × 4096 is possible.
  • 2D-CT scanning affords an angle resolution of up to 6000 views (0.06°).
  • Use of the fine interpolation mode improves image quality even more.
  • With 2D-CT scanning, proprietary CT processing technology is used to reduce metal artifacts.

Packed full of functions designed for operation ease!

  • Half scanning is also possible in addition to normal and offset scanning.
  • Cone beam CT can be automatically executed continuously for multiple times.
  • Reconstruction calculations can be performed on specified data collected previously (post-reconstruction function). This handy function means that multiple sets of data can be processed at night to allow more efficient use of the instrument.
  • When collection of CT data is completed, the data is automatically sent by e-mail to a specified address. This function can also be active when errors during a malfunction occur.
  • CT data can be reverse-engineered for application in CAD and rapid prototyping. (optional)

On October 20th, 2011, posted in: X-ray by