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Defect Detection

Catch and correct product imperfections.

In this scan of a coffee bottle, we find an unreliable seal that does not make contact with the inner wall of the lid, resulting in a leak.

In the automotive industry, CT scanning identifies defects in engine components, transmission parts, and brake systems. It can pinpoint internal flaws, such as porosity, cracks, and misalignments, that could affect vehicle performance and safety, helping manufacturers produce reliable and high-quality vehicles.

Medical device manufacturers use industrial CT to inspect critical components such as surgical tools, implants, and diagnostic equipment. CT can quickly identify internal defects that could compromise the safety and effectiveness of medical devices, ensuring that they meet stringent regulatory standards.

Battery manufacturers rely on CT scanning to detect defects in battery cells and packs. This non-destructive method can identify internal shorts, debris, and anode misalignment, ensuring the reliability and longevity of batteries used in everything from electric vehicles to consumer electronics.


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