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Raster Tomography – 4

This figure shows an example of rastering along the rotary axis. However, this can be used only for relatively slim objects, such as long connectors. In this example, without raster tomography a voxel size of 0.25 mm is achieved with […]

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Raster Tomography – 3

Another application for raster tomography is to increase spatial resolution, if the sensor does not have sufficient resolution to measure small details of larger work pieces “in the picture”.  In this case, the appropriate magnification level is selected to achieve […]

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Raster Tomography – 2

The resolution of the entire image is increased by capturing several partial images. This can lead to a significantly greater quantity of available data. If raster tomography is used only for expanding the measurement range for measuring larger parts, this […]

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Raster Tomography – 1

The method described above, wherein the entire object is captured in one image, can also be referred to as tomography “in the image”, as in image processing.  At times, the entire measured object cannot be captured in one image. The […]

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From X-ray Images to Dimensions – 6

If the neighbor points of a given measurement point are required for further processing, they are identified directly by the triangle definition. No time-consuming search algorithms are needed. If the entire amount of object information is not required, the calculation […]

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