Inline and By Line CT with AI based Evaluation
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Advancing technology in industrial computed tomography allows even large components to be inspected three-dimensionally within a few seconds. High-precision sources for X-rays with stable run times, low-wear detectors with high resolutions and frame rates ensure high throughput.
Advanced AI supported software , ensure ultra-fast three-dimensional evaluation and automatic defect analysis. Increasing complexity and rising volumes in production, the growing need for cost savings demand new inspection methods. Industrial computed tomography offers significant cost savings in inline or byline operation in production.
100% Testing by means of Industrial Computed Tomography
If the two-dimensional analysis is not sufficient, a 3D inspection or a combined 2D and 3D inspection must be used. Here, fast CT images of a few seconds are required. The CT system must run robustly and reliably 24/7 even under rough manufacturing conditions.
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Setup of an Inline Computed Tomography System
A general distinction is made between two different types of CT system design.`
Portal systems are the most common design in industrial computed tomography. The specimen is located between the tube and the detector and is rotated through 360°. The system can be set up horizontally or vertically.
Industrial gantry computed tomography is similar in design to that used in hospitals.
The test specimen is placed on a scanning table which is moved through the gantry together with the test specimen.
Because of the very fast rotating gantry the scan is done in seconds.
Disadvantage is the resolution is neither variable nor very high.
High accelerator voltages cannot be used, because the heavy high voltage generator, tube and detector always have to be moved.
The gantry system can be set up horizontally or vertically.
The freely programmable robot CT system is a special feature.
The system can be set up with two or three robots. A single robot that guides the part between the source and the detector is also feasible, but this is very restrictive in terms of the degree of freedom.