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CT computed tomography machine CT 64
X-rayautomatedhigh-speed

CT computed tomography machine
CT computed tomography machine
CT computed tomography machine
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CT, X-ray, automated, high-speed, 3D

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Key features & benefits Productivity and quality gain due to quantitative 3D automated defect récognition and dimensional control Cost savings due to faster product ramp up times and minimized rejects Optional Robot-handled mixed part inspection Up to 100% 3D production control of large castings 64-channel data acquisition and patented quick-slide manipulator for rapid sample throughput rate Scan speed down to 15 sec. for a cylinder head allows several hundred times faster 3D inspection compared to conventional industrial fan beam CT Max. sample size ~600 mm diameter x 900 mm length (23.6" x 35.4"); max. scan diameter ~500 mm (19.6") Optimized ease of use and cost of ownership due to high grade of automatization With GE's industrial speed|scan CT System, proven medical gantry based CT technology is availablefor revo-lutionary high-speed atline or inline process control in industry. The sample is being transported through the tomograph and even cylinder heads can be scanned within down to 15 seconds. This 4x faster than the first speed|scan génération and several hundred times faster than conventional industrial fan beam CT. While the next part is loaded, the reconstructed CT data is automatically evaluated. By fast scanning of dozens of parts, quantitative production quality data is now available allowing immédiate adjustment of the production process parameters, which hâve in the past been out of reach of conventional industrial fan beam CT.

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