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Design Verification and Validation

Ensure your designs meet specifications.

By overlaying a CAD file in Lumafield's Voyager software, we’re able to compute deviation from the design and visualize it using color maps.

Medical device manufacturers rely on CT scanning for design verification to confirm the functionality of implants, surgical instruments, and diagnostic equipment. For design validation, CT can evaluate the final product in simulated clinical environments, helping guarantee that it meets regulatory standards and performs reliably in real-world conditions.

In aerospace, CT provides detailed insights into internal geometries and material properties, identifying any deviations from the design inputs. For design validation, CT allows for testing the actual performance of these components under simulated operational conditions so they meet the rigorous demands of the aerospace industry.

In the automotive industry, CT reveals internal defects, misalignments, and material inconsistencies that could jeopardize performance. For design verification and validation, CT scanning helps test these components to confirm they meet safety, durability, and performance standards.


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