PolyDR m5

2D X-Ray, fixture PolyDR m5

he radioscopy version of the PolyCT
One of the current trends in X-ray testing is the automation of CT and radiographic testing. The complexity of such automation solutions is usually high and is associated with high acquisition costs.
For existing CT and DR systems, the adaptation of such elaborate robot-based placement machines is only possible to a limited extent. Read more….

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2D X-Ray, Computertomography fixture PolyCT m3

In addition to all the bad news from the health front, Corona is paralyzing the economy like nothing before.
A famous quote by Max Frisch tells: “A crisis is a productive state. You just have to get rid of the aftertaste of disaster”
Let’s focus on productivity and improve our skills and businesses during this time! We can help you to do so, test now our PolyCT M3 for free to improve your efficiency in CT scanning. Test it now before the daily business eats your chances.

Great interest in the PolyCT at the iCT in Wels


At the 8th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT) in Wels (Austria), the PolyCT was presented to a broad audience of experts. In addition, it was published as a technical article in the associated conference volume. As emerged from many other lectures and discussions, the PolyCT hits the nerve of the time. The PolyCT thus allows the entry into the serial inspection without having to invest in a new computed tomography system. The positive feedback from the participants shows that the PolyCT will be a very efficient solution for increasing throughout and occupying an important place as an innovative product in the field of industrial computed tomography.

Link to the paper at ndt.net: http://www.ndt.net/article/ctc2018/papers/ICT2018_paper_id158.pdf


Initial publication about PolyCT released at annual conference of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT2017)

The joint paper of Fraunhofer Development Center for X-ray Technology (EZRT) and XRAY-LAB, “PolyCT – Upgrade for Industrial CT-Scanners” has been published by oral presentation and proceedings by Johannes Leisner (Fraunhofer EZRT) at the annual conference of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing 2017. The full paper is available at the ASNT Digital Library and can be accessed after registration in the ASTN NDT Library.

Link to ASNT NDT Library to read the abstract