More Capabilities. Better Solutions
VJ Technologies offers you the highest level of technical expertise in Computed Tomography (CT) available today. We can bring your organization optimal, ASTM-approved, custom systems to meet one-hundred percent of your requirements for this challenging application, including High Energy CT and micro focus CT. VJT can accomplish projects other providers simply can’t or won’t accept. VJT also offers a “Value CT” solution in our C-Arm system approach that combines high-quality and affordable pricing to common applications.
VJ Technologies offers these CT technologies:
- Standard Cone Beam CT
- Slice CT
- Range Extension
- Translate rotate
Visualize in 3D Volumetric
With typical 3D applications, it is necessary to record multiple views to achieve 3D images. This approach is both cost and time-prohibitive. VJT offers a hybrid solution that uses DR for most functions while layering CT capability when necessary on that same platform and system. This seamless approach saves time, money and is all part of the power of our Vi3 software suite.
Seasoned CT Experts
- VJT collaborated with the Fraunhofer Research Institute in Germany to create and integrate software and technology for projects that include the European Space Agency
- VJT worked with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to take CT technologies to the next level, as well as solve some of today’s greatest NDT challenges.
- The British Institute of NDT published an article about the VJT CT capability. It described how VJT enabled US military personnel to inspect one-hundred percent of a munitions production run, with an inspection time for each item of less than 60 seconds. Read Case Study >>
- VJT was tasked to inspect the aft skirt of the booster rocket of the NASA Space Shuttle after retrieval. Since this huge conical structure was too big for inspection while mounted on the rocket, VJT developed a proprietary tomosynthesis solution to inspect the part. This innovative CT technique allowed parts to be inspected while a 3D reconstruction of the image was used to identify defects in the structure layer by layer.