Case Study | 3D Printing – Additive Manufacturing

Case Study | 3D Printing – Additive Manufacturing

Introduction

 

Additive manufactured workpieces require many controls and inspections during the overall production process. Computed Tomography (CT) is a powerful non-destructive technology to inspect every sample in an easy way and the only one giving the ability to see inside the matter.

Additive manufactured part by Initial and CT scanned by RX Solutions. ©Hamilton de Oliveira РDesigned by Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques

Computed Tomography: To master 3D printed technology

 

Additive manufacturing opens a new affordable way to design quickly complex parts that are impossible to control and validate using traditional testing methods.

 

Industrial CT scanning technology is the only inspection technique able to identify in an easy way every internal characteristics of an additive manufactured part, with the ability to provide accurate measurements of the overall sample. Every structural and dimensional aspect of additive manufactured parts can be assessed through a single CT dataset.

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