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Inline CT

Whether cylinder heads, crankcases, transmission housings or structural components: We integrate a fully automated inline CT system directly into your plant.

This integration eliminates the need for you to invest in equipment. You pay only the price per component and thus experience enormous cost savings in your casting projects. The integration of the inspection into your production naturally also reinforces this effect from the point of view of logistics costs.

Unnecessary CNC machining can be prevented by the CT inspection -> no loss of added value.

Since measuring points, e.g. by means of GOM, are carried out directly in the course of the CT scan, you can save further process steps.

The system itself consists of a compact X-ray cabin with a linear loading axis for workpieces, a lifting/rotating unit for the CT Scan as well as a detector and a X-ray tube, which can be adapted to the inspection task. With an automatic image acquisition software (HeiControl) and a variable evaluation software for 3D inspections, an evaluation of the images that can be parameterized by the customer himself is possible. The creation of new components and the incorporation of component changes can be carried out by the customer on site.

 

Your Benefits:

› 100% inspection directly in the production line
› Scrap reduction by determining the shape and position of defects before CNC machining
› Higher iO rate (3D precise indication evaluation by release of NiO indications of your customer (load of the component incl. CT NiO indication simulatable).
› Expandable system concept adapted to customer specifications
› Software for automatic inspection and component changes
› Data connection to graphical reporting systems and QA databases possible
› Detector with linear movement of +220 mm (optional: measuring field extension)
› Inline CT and automation from one source
› Automatic filter change
› Automatic collimator change
› Integrated scattered beam correction

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