WENZEL Volumetrik has systematically concentrated on the specific needs of the user.
The result is a device that is not only partially superior, but point by point to comparable devices. The exaCT® S is a modular system concept with exceptional system stability and can be perfectly integrated into existing measurement rooms. The compact size of the system associated with precision mechanics, of our own production, and the innovative detector technology are the foundation for the systems excellent stability. Also integrated: software, service, consultation and training.
Above all, the performance and the user friendliness of the integrated application software ensure that the full extent of the innovative device concept of the exaCT® S is brought to bear. The exaCT® control data acquisition software for optimized control of the computer tomograph and the exaCT® Volume reconstruction software for precise calculation of the volume data was developed by WENZEL Volumetrik.
The evaluation software of the exaCT® has a direct link to the proven software products of Metrosoft QUARTIS from WENZEL Metromec and PointMaster from WENZEL Knotenpunkt. The applications for the exaCT® S are measurement and testing technology where 3D data of complex inner structures are required. The tasks that can be performed with the exaCT® S are numerous and range from material analysis, through the testing of joining technology, right up to reverse engineering.
The strengths of the exaCT® S are revealed in the specific application. The possible applications are, however, too numerous to mention them all. For this reason we have shown examples of specific applications here to make our advantages clear. As with the exaCT® volume scanning technology, both material and geometry data are present, so multiple evaluations can be carried out on the basis of a single measurement.
Because of the non-contact and non-destructive measurement, components that are not suitable for other measurement techniques, such as tactile or optical coordinate measurement machines can be examined. Fast and complete digitising of objects can be performed by scanning the overall geometry in a single measurement step.