E1

Configurable CT X-Ray Inspection System

The Avonix E1 system is an economical, large-envelope modular inspection system.

The perimeter frame and cantilevered sample stage allows for free and clear access around the sample stage for ease of sample setup.

Supporting sources up to 450kV offers the necessary power to penetrate through high-density parts and generate scatter-free CT volumes with micron accuracy. The system is available with flat-panel detector technology and Nikon micro focus sources.

An Avonix CT x-ray machine

Large inspection envelope.

Large format 16-bit detector technology and image processing tools.

Patented X-ray tube technology. 225kV, 320kV and 450kV available.

Install into existing radiation enclosure or supplied with new modular radiation enclosure.

E1 Features

  • Large inspection envelope
  • Install into existing radiation enclosure or supplied with new modular radiation enclosure
  • Patented X-ray tube technology. 225kV, 320kV and 450kV available
  • Large format 16-bit detector technology and image processing tools
  • Intuitive software interface
  • Advanced 3D visualization and analysis
  • Customizable macros to automate work flow
Industries Served

Aerospace

The aerospace industry requires an extremely high level of product reliability with zero tolerance for failure.
Spacecraft In The Rays Of Sun
Industries Served

Automotive

The automotive industry is looking for value and cost-savings, and product failures can be both expensive to remedy and damaging to the manufacturer’s reputation.
Automotive Failure Analysis Scanning Services
Industries Served

Batteries

With battery-powered devices making their way in every facet of our lives, the margin for error and faulty products is smaller than ever.
A GP Super AA battery
Industries Served

Castings

The most common type of casting anomaly is porosity, whether individual pores or a shrinkage porosity condition.
Iron molten metal pouring in sand mold
Industries Served

Composites

Use of composite materials is becoming more commonplace in todays manufacturing environment as manufactures are looking at stronger and lighter weight alternatives to traditional metallic components.
X-Ray Scanning for Failure Analysis
Industries Served

Electronics

The electronics industry is typically driven by miniaturization. Electronic components are getting smaller and smaller and this presents new challenges to the manufacturing processes that are used.
Electronics Failure Scanning Inspection
Industries Served

Forensics & Legal

Forensic engineering is the investigation of products and components that fail or do not operate as designed.
Product Liability Inspection Scanning
Industries Served

General Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing is a growing tool helping to drive product innovation in today’s advanced manufacturing companies.
Additive Manufacturing Failure Analysis
Industries Served

Medical Devices

Medical device manufacturing presents challenges due to the critical nature of the product and the drive in the industry to miniaturize the products while added additional complexity.
close up of a pacemaker in a hospital
Industries Served

Military & Defense

There is no room for error when it comes to our military's defense and safety.
F-15 Strike Eagle Fighter Plane firing missile
Industries Served

Oil & Gas

From core sample research to the integrity of critical drilling components, the Oil and Gas industry utilizes Industrial X-ray and CT Imaging to study new methods as well as increase efficiency.
An oil pump at sun down
Industries Served

University & Research

Scientific research presents a multitude of opportunities to use 2D x-ray imaging (DR) and Computed Tomography (CT) technologies.
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