Press Release Summary:
Along with 225 kV X-ray source withÂ 2 micron minimum detectability, CXMM 50 features built-in temperature control and vibration-isolated granite table that promote precise and accurate measurements. X-ray test system, suited for use as product development and QC tool, is fitted withÂ flat panel DDA detector and intended for inspection of workpieces up to 11 kg with envelope up to 30 x 30 cm. Other features include 5-axis manipulator, adjustable magnification, and paired software package.
Original Press Release:
NSI at Control 2015, 5-8 May in Stuttgart, Germany: Taking CMM to Another Dimension
PARIS – At Control 2015 in Stuttgart/Germany (hall 5, stand 5510), North Star Imaging Europe (NSI, www.4nsi.eu) will introduce a new X-ray test system designed specifically for metrology. The new X-ray based coordinate measurement machine, the CXMM 50, was developed from the ground up as a metrology system to give the user an unparalleled product development and quality control tool. Engineered for metrology applications with built in temperature control and vibration isolated granite table, this robust design ensures precise, accurate measurements.
The CXMM 50 is the newest addition to NSI's standard portfolio of X-ray Computed Tomography systems. Featuring a 225 kV high power X-ray source with a 2 micron minimum detectability, and fitted with a flat panel DDA detector, this new CT system is intended for the inspection of workpieces up to 11kg with an envelope up to 30 cm x 30 cm. With a five axis manipulator and adjustable magnification, the CXMM 50 seamlessly provides internal and external dimensional data of complex critical components.
Whether you need to measure the inside of a fuel injector or the coating thickness on a heart valve, the CXMM 50 was designed with the user in mind. The paired software package gives the user the ability to quickly acquire, process and archive images. Reconstruct 3D models with ease using NSI's five-step guided wizard, and save images in multiple non-proprietary formats.
For more information about the CXMM 50, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.4nsi.eu.
North Star Imaging has been pushing the envelope of computed tomography since it built its first CT system in 2002. Today, the company designs systems, develops software, and manufactures X-ray and CT equipment near Minneapolis, MN USA. In 2006, North Star Imaging founded the Inspection Services Group offering need based consulting to anyone needing X-ray and/or computed tomography scanning. In 2010, North Star Imaging was acquired by ITW, a global company with 51,000 employees across 56 countries. In 2012, North Star Imaging Europe opened in Paris, France, and doubled the size of its facility near Minneapolis. North Star Imaging is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
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