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Lumafield's affordable and accessible Neptune industrial X-ray CT scanner is complemented by the AI-driven Voyager analysis software, a cloud-based inspection platform that operates right in your web browser. Voyager gives you the power to visualize, analyze, and share your CT data directly from your computer, regardless of your location.

With Voyager, automotive engineers can take precise measurements and detect dimensional deviations swiftly. Porosity analysis helps uncover hidden voids within materials, a crucial capability to address issues of material integrity. CAD Comparison and Scan to Scan Comparison enable engineers to compare components with CAD models and other parts to quantify deviations, providing insights to combat misaligned assemblies and ensure seamless fits.


Atlas, the AI co-pilot that guides users through Lumafield’s browser-based Voyager software, can automate porosity analyses of CT scans. Here, Voyager has both visualized and quantified the voids inside this injection-molded plastic HVAC air inlet door actuator.



Industrial CT reveals defects in welds invisible to the naked eye. On the left, air bubbles have compromised the integrity of the weld. On the right, inclusions of dense debris appear to be the source of a hairline crack in the weld.


Backup camera

Critical safety devices like this backup camera include complex electronic components that must be able to withstand moisture, humidity, and extreme temperatures. On the right, a 2D view of the circuit board enables engineers to confirm that the thermal paste on the circuit package has been applied correctly.


Applications include:


The Engineer’s Guide to Automotive Defects