Porosity/ Inclusion Analysis
Porosity analysis makes it possible to determine the cell size in open and closed pour foamed materials. It also makes it possible to quantitatively inspect castings and injection moulded parts for voids. Pores and inclusion can be viewed in both 3d and 2d cross-section. The image shown below gives a clear view and understating of the pores location within part.
With the generated CT data, you can get the diameter, location, volume, sphericity values and surface areas of the pores. This data will you insight into the part performance, help optimise manufacturing and reduce cost savings.
By leveraging non-destructive x-ray imaging it is possible to inspect assemblies for fit up and tolerance stack up issues; observe the workings of complicated mechanisms; verify internal features after drop testing; and compare an assembled device to CAD assembly.
Non-destructive weld analysis is an excellent way to ensure the quality of your weld without sacrificing components to the analysis. The technique also gives clear, easy to interpret images of the sample under examination.
Non-destructive examination of electronic assemblies can allow for the identification of faults including voiding in BGA balls; cracks; dry joints; and misplaced tracks/layers.