X-ray microtomography are currently one of the main methods of three-dimensional non-destructive visualization.
X-ray microtomography uses X-rays to create cross-sections of a physical object that can be used to recreate a virtual model (3D model) without destroying the original object.
The prefix micro- (symbol: µ) is used to indicate that the pixel sizes of the cross-sections are in the micrometre range.
One of the best in the line of modern laboratory microtomographs are NeoScan systems – highly automated devices for scientific analysis and research. Such microtomographs are innovative equipment of a new generation and combine the latest achievements of science and technology.
NeoScan (Belgium) design and produce scientific instruments for X-ray microtomography – an emerging nondestructive 3D imaging technique.
NeoScan was created by Alexander Sasov – designer of micro CT instruments installed in scientific laboratories around the world. His continuous developments in X-ray microtomography (or microCT) started in 1980 as a part of his PhD and are now, more than 40 years of experience, continuing at NeoScan.