This examples shows a microCT scan of a drone blade – with the creation of a volume mesh – useful for reverse engineering or simulation.
Enjoy the video
Here is the volume mesh file if interested: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4129237
In this example a nanoCT scan of a 3 mm section of rigid foam is used to demonstrate the analysis of connected pore spaces. For more technical details please contact us, the images speak “volumes” by themselves:
One application of nanoCT scanning is to measure coating thickness of paint coatings for example. In this case a cardboard packaging material has its paint coating analyzed with a colourmap showing the thickness distribution.
It was women’s day recently in South Africa so we scanned a flower and made a digital colourful mesh, which you can open in any CAD program or even windows10 can open it in 3D. Find the files on thingiverse here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3843542
Also see the video here and send someone a digital flower : FLOWER
This video shows the generation of a tetrahedral mesh from a microCT scan – tetmesh_small
This is a new functionality in Volume Graphics VGSTUDIO MAX 3.3. We can do this for you with any 3D data. See more at www.sun.ac.za/ctscanner for this and other 3D image analysis services. This example is a tensile dogbone sample in cast Ti6Al4V, with large casting pores in the middle. Previous work on this topic using direct voxel-based simulation can be read here: https://lnkd.in/gGaAiaP. Enjoy the video! StellenboschCTfacility microCT simulation 3Dmesh
A nautilus shell is analyzed here using a nanoCT scan and 3D image analysis powered by VGSTUDIO MAX.
For more about this interesting natural structure have a look at wikipedia here, the analysis is meant to show how nanoCT can visualize and analyze interesting structures in full 3D, as in the video and images below.
VIDEO MP4 file: nautilus video_smaller
Good news for hands-on students and engineers – we are renting out our Artec Eva and Artec Spider scanners on daily, monthly and annual rates. Do your own scanning, with the best handheld scanners around.
Examples of scans can be found here: https://lnkd.in/gVxjZVx
Specs of scanners:
Pricing as follows for both scanners together (daily, monthly, annual rates in that order, excluding 7% admin fee and 15% VAT):
Academics & students: R1000 per day, R10 000 per month, R100 000 per year
Industry: R2000 per day, R20 000 per month, R200 000 per year
Minus 25% from above prices for only one scanner at a time