An introduction to

X-Ray Computed Tomography Technology

X-Ray Computed Tomography, or CT Scanning is a type of scanning done by taking X-Rays of an object from multiple angles, which are pieced together to form a 3D model of an object. This process details the outer and inner surfaces of the object in extreme detail. It also allows for defects like voids to be spotted in welds or cast objects.

High Precision – CT Scanning can with a resolution down to 0.4 µm

In Depth – CT Scanning can pick up minute defects in high tolerance parts such as welds or castings

Interior Scans – CT Scanning can pick up interior details such as holes and very narrow spaces that aren’t able to be picked up by a normal 3D scanner.

RX Solutions


RX Solutions EasyTom S

EasyTom S is a highly configurable CT system. A compact CT system featuring the most desired functionnalities including high resolution, medium-size sample scan & maximizing uptime.

RX Solutions EasyTom

Easily configurable, the EasyTom is available in various set ups: Micro focus & Nano focus. The dual tube configuration provide the capability to perform Micro focus and Nano focus CT scans.

RX Solutions EasyTom XL

EasyTom XL is the largest system available and comes in a range of configurations: Micro focus, Nano focus and dual tube. This system can house several x-ray generators thus thicker and denser samples can be inspected.

RX Solutions UltraTom

UltraTom has this unique capability to welcome up to three generators at the same time, covering from high power to nano-scale applications.


The following are some industries and applications that are benefiting by laser 3D scanning technology:

1. Aerospace
2. Composite Fabrication
3. Electronics
4. Healthcare
5. Metallurgy
6. Welding

1. Reverse Engineering
2. Quality Inspection
3. Product Development
4. 3D Scan to Print
5. 3D Visualization