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Innovative modular combination of imaging methods using collaborative robotic system. Contrary to the classical X-ray system, the Robotic Imaging System allows nearly arbitrary flexibility of viewing angles. The system supports several different scanning approaches, each one is designed for a different type of sample.

Radalyx

Our Top-Class Robotic Imaging System

Innovative modular combination of imaging methods using collaborative robotic system. Radalyx enables real time 3D scanning of the objects from any angle with flexible robotic arms, intuitive handling, easy programming and simple data interpretation.

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X-ray

Radalyx uses a new generation of X-ray imaging detectors, which provide unprecedented image quality that helps identifying impurities in materials and products, bubbles, cracks, foreign objects or misalignments. In classical X-ray imaging systems, both the X-ray tube and detectors are fixed or move only in a limited range of directions (left, right, up and down). Hence, it is not easy, or even possible, to inspect selected areas of larger structures, especially when they have complex shapes. Contrary to the classical X-ray imaging setups, Radalyx gives nearly absolute flexibility of viewing angles and makes the X-ray inspection as easy as visual control.

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Ultrasound

Radalyx supports an air-coupled ultrasound to inspect advanced composite materials, such as aircraft fuselage, wings, propeller blades or even objects made from polymers, wood or metal. The air-coupled untrasound allows Radalyx to detect inhomogenity, internal discontinuities or a surface damage to the material. In contrast to conventional testing, no liquid coupling and no direct contact with the test object is required. Many components cannot be wetted with liquid coupling due to material or production-dependent properties, because they would otherwise swell, peel, corrode or otherwise be destroyed. Existing systems with liquid coupling (e.g. squirter or immersion technology test systems) also require complicated water supply and drainage as well as lengthy and costly drying processes. This technology takes the effectiveness and quality of non-destructive testing to the highest possible level.

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