Archive for July 15, 2016
Most people know about X-rays in the context of medicine. Today, most X-ray technology has gone digital, and the field of digital radiography is used to capture images from inside the human body. They can help doctors analyze broken bones, diagnose tumors, and even look inside the human brain. In CAT scans, doctors combine thousands of these two-dimensional X-ray “slices” into a detailed 3D image.
However, many manufacturers, auto companies, scientists, and aerospace engineers now use industrial X-ray technology for inspection purposes. While the technology is similar to medical radiology, they are two completely separate fields.
Many companies have a need for non-destructive testing and 3D scanning s