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Computed tomography and laminography
Robots also allow to measure 3D images using computed tomography or laminography. These are commonly used methods in X-ray inspection, but with limited applicability to large objects.The sample must be placed in a chamber where the rotary table rotates it in one axis and the system records images from different angles. Then a 3D model is created from the acquired images. This operation is relatively lengthy, even through considerable limits on the size and shape of the sample. Robots exceed this limit. The robotic system can be as well retrofitted 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.
Region of interest
Robots allow to measure 3D images in the selected area of large object.
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.