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Thermo Fisher Scientific FEI HeliScan™ microCT

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FEI HeliScan™ microCT

FEI HeliScan™ brings a new era of microCT to Materials Science by leveraging advanced helical scanning and iterative reconstruction technology to produce unsurpassed image fidelity. As part of a multi-scale imaging solution, HeliScan enables scientists to gain valuable insight from internal structures to explore and validate a wide range of material properties.

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Key Benefits 
  • Accurate segmentation: HeliScan is the only microCT system specifically designed for quantification of high quality, geometrically precise images. 
  • Fast throughput, high-quality analysis: Helical scanning and a large cone angle combined with proprietary autofocus and drift correction delivers the highest signal-to-noise ratio. Efficient scans of representative volumes provide ready-to segment raw data that reduces the need for digital manipulation. 
  • Better statistical relevance: Seamless representative volumes of high-aspect ratio samples captured in one scan rather than inefficient, artifact prone multi-scan with stitching. 
  • Customizable, dynamic in-situ experiments: Customizable feed-through ports, adaptable stages and a cabinet designed to create a versatile open platform that easily supports your experiments. 
  • Ease-of-use and reliability: System optimized for multi-user environments with advanced features available for expert users; components chosen for dependability and serviceability.
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