Zeiss has launched its new X-ray imaging instrument the Xradia Context microCT, which is a large field-of-view, non-destructive 3D X-ray microcomputed tomography system.
The new Zeiss system is a tomographic imaging solution for 3D characterization and inspection needs for a variety of applications. The system allows users to easily adjust the system to enable imaging of large intact samples to show interior details in full 3D or small samples to show geometric magnification.
Users can view large, heavy and tall samples in full 3D using the new Zeiss Xradia Context microCT system. It also has a high pixel density detector that shows a high resolution of fine details in large volumes while also imaging a submicron spatial resolution for small samples. It features rapid sample mounting and alignment with fast exposure and data reconstruction times, according to the company. It also features an option autoloader to make the system have a high throughput imaging instrument for a variety of 3D imaging.
“We continue to extend the capabilities of our XRM products in the field with newly offered functionality and modules to meet evolving customer needs,” Lourens Steger, head of X-ray microscopy at Zeiss, said in a press release. “Zeiss Xradia Context joins this family and inherits the same commitment to extendibility that ensures an initial investment in advanced X-ray imaging technology will be protected well into the future. Zeiss Xradia Context enables customers to enter into the ZEISS Xradia ecosystem with a system to address their applications today, and room to grow as needed.”