Computed tomography and robosythesis
Robots allow to measure 3D images using computed tomography and robosynthesis. Robosytesis is a combination of different computed tomography methods that are applied based on the needs of the resulting image in relation to the size, shape and other parameters of the scanned sample. Commonly used methods in X-ray inspection usually have limited applicability in terms of size or shape of the object. Robots exceed this limit. The robotic system can also be equipped with a seventh axis (rails) and thus extend the reach of the robotic arm almost without limit.
Parallax free 3D image of curved honeycomb structure
The new generation of X-ray imaging detectors provides unprecedented image quality and all this with spatial resolution up to the micrometric level in a 2D or even 3D image.
RadalyX equal to a CT machine but much more. Complex-shaped or large-sized sample doesn’t fit in CT machine. Sample is too big to rotate around.
Robots allow to measure 2D or 3D images in the selected area of large object without limits.
Other imaging methods
Radalytica is the first company to prove X-Ray and Ultrasound are complementary methods for NDT.
Inspection of curved surfaces
The Robotic Imaging System is equipped with laser distance measurement as standard. It is used by the system to map the shape of the sample before measuring. This information is used to navigate the robots around the sample to avoid collisions.
Using a 3D Mouse
Real-time imaging with a 3D mouse allows full control over the position and viewing angle of the X-ray image. The X-ray image of the given area of the sample is displayed in real time on the screen.
Focus to selected depth
The flexibility of robot allows also focusing X-ray images to different depth and showing different layers of the sample.
Laser surface profiling
The laser profiler is an imaging tool that provides precise information on scanned object outer shape with precision down to about 30 µm in depth.