How Industrial CT Scanning is the MVP of Production Services

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The push for the rapid development of technology has made industrial CT scanning services, including products for services in the areas of tomography, x-ray inspection, metrology, and 3D reverse engineering, not only more accessible, but more reliable as well. The improvements to x-ray inspection technology are especially significant and have also led to greater success in the fields of 2D x-ray and digital radiography, 3D x-ray and real-time radiography, and 3D scanning. These improvements have led to getter success in the medical field, and are great tools for students as well.

The process and development of 3D reverse engineering is especially refined. 3D reverse engineering is the most efficient way to generate a model using 3D scan data. This process can then form the model into any kind of complex or freeform shape. The 3D laser scanning process allows the model to have exact features to the original, thus creating a perfect match. The benefits to this process, as well as other industrial CT scanning developments, are numerous. These developments allow customers to reduce their new product inspection costs and failure analysis costs between 25 and 75% when compared to existing technology, helping customers save money and allowing them to continue investing in their products.

Americans take pride in the development and use of well-built and durable products. That’s why it makes sense to look for products that reflect these values, while trusting that their durability will be more cost-efficient in the long run. The production of industrial products is only increasing in the U.S. The total industrial production between August 2014 and August 2015 showed an increase of 0.9 points, and this number is only expected to keep rising. These figures are especially reflective in motor vehicle manufacturing. In 2014 the number of cars sold in the U.S. was recorded to be 7.91 million units — an increase from the recorded 7.78 million units in 2013. The U.S. motor vehicle industry generates a substantial gross output — approximately $50.3 billion in 2012. These industries and fields rely on quality products to ensure the success of their services. These successes lead to the continued employment of millions of Americans, and even more are enjoying the output that these products and services provide.

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