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Get an inside view of some of today's most popular products thanks to this industrial CT scanner built for engineers.
December 13, 2022
Industrial CT scanners use X-rays to reveal the inner workings of complex devices in three dimensions. With the help of Lumafield’s Neptune industrial CT scanner, we find that there’s more than meets the eye within these 5 small feats of engineering.
Lumafield has developed the Neptune scanner and cloud-based software to be easy enough to use so that engineering teams can rely on them as front-line tools. The approach offers visibility into products as well as AI-driven tools that highlight problems and generate quantitative data.
About the Author(s)
Austin Carder is a writer based in San Francisco. He works for Lumafield and enjoys CT scanning interesting objects to see how they work.
Lumafield has developed what it calls the world's first industrial CT scanner for engineers. According to Lumafield, these systems historically have been expensive–upwards of $1 million–and they require a dedicated technician to operate. Lumafield’s Neptune scanner and cloud-based software start at $3,000 per month and are intended to be easy enough to use so that engineering teams can rely on them as front-line tools.
By offering visibility into products as well as AI-driven tools that highlight problems and generate quantitative data, Lumafield promises to revolutionize the way complex products are created, manufactured, and used across industries.
Learn more and explore interactive demos at www.lumafield.com.
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