Extending the Frontier from 3D to 4D
Additive manufacturing (AM) has grown tremendously in recent years, revolutionising the traditional manufacturing landscape. However, there are still a number of hurdles to overcome concerning the quality of the final part.
Computed Tomography (CT) is a non-destructive technique used to create highly detailed 3D volumes of intact samples and is widely used for process development, process monitoring, and quality assurance of final parts. At TESCAN, their micro-CT products are well suited to this challenge; providing maximum flexibility and versatility, as well as opening up the possibility to perform 4D studies on samples.
In this webinar we will provide background on the basics of micro-CT, examples of imaging various 3D printed samples, and discuss the future of micro-CT, dynamic CT, where samples are continuously scanned at high rates while undergoing change, either naturally or induced. Watch rge webinar us to see the possibilities micro-CT brings to the additive manufacturing space!