Central to our capabilities is our breakthrough 4D Imaging+ technology, which introduces object movement for a dynamic view of a product. 4D CT scanning supplements traditional computed tomography, which is capable of extremely accurate dimensional and static fit/clearance studies but can fall short when quality or performance issues arise from microscopic time-varying events. 4D CT scanning can capture the motion of gears or mechanisms, movement of fluids, dispersion of particles, or other dynamic events that traditional computed tomography cannot.
This innovative approach employs custom remote-controlled fixtures and software to manipulate products during scanning. 4D Imaging+ excels in analyzing complex multi-component parts, ensuring flawless manufacturing and seamless assembly.
4D CT scanning finds applications in diverse sectors including biomedical, aerospace, and automotive applications. Engineers use the technology to understand how fluid is absorbed and distributed through materials, to perform failure analysis, and to troubleshoot issues with moving miniature components such as mechatronic systems in additive manufacturing.