Industrial Computed Tomography and X-Ray Systems
Non-destructive, complete and true-to-scale examination of the inner and outer structure of test objects - this describes industrial computer tomography (CT). In the industrial sector this leads to two main applications: Testing and measuring. Compared to other test methods, CT allows the spatial assignment of the defect and the exact determination of its size, largely independent of the material, even if the test object has a very complex structure.
Typical applications include examinations on plastics, metals, ceramics and fiber composites. By now, renowned institutes, large automotive companies as well as leading suppliers of the automotive and aerospace industry are among the customers of diondo.
High Resolution Sub-Micro CT System for Materials Research
The compact Sub-Micro CT System has been developed for analyzing three-dimensional structures in materials research. The sub-µ-resolution captures the
Powerful Micro CT System for Small to Medium-Sized Components
The versatile Micro CT System diondo d2 has been optimized to analyze and measure tiny to medium-sized components. The broad range
Compact Computed Tomography System for Medium-Sized and Large Components with Higher Densities
The powerful computed tomography system diondo d4 has been optimized for high-resolution 3D measurements of medium-sized to large components such as cylinder heads or crankcases, but also
Multifunctional & Freely Configurable CT System
The multifunctional computed tomography system diondo d5 is designed for all customers, who do not wish to compromise in terms of performance, size and equipment. The wide range
High-Performance Linear Accelerator CT System for Analyzing & Testing of High-Density Components
The linear accelerator CT system diondo d7 is the most powerful CT system of the product family and suited for analyses of high-density components,
Special solutions: X-ray and CT Systems for individual applications
This does not only refer to the dimensions of the testing system, the x-ray source(s) and detector(s), but also to specific sequences of movements and