The Bruker SkyScan 1273 is a new micro-CT scanner for samples up to 500 mm length, 300 mm diameter and a maximum weight of 20 kg. This is a new… read more →
An explanation of helical micro-CT (spiral scanning) and how it’s used in materials science and orthopedic research.
Save time and scan large numbers of micro-CT samples easily with an automated sample changer from Bruker SkyScan.
New Bruker SkyScan 2214 multi-scale nano-CT system, with a large field of view for scanning larger sized objects at ultra-high resolution.
Instrumentation and techniques for studying foam with micro-CT. Analyse the internal structure, map morphometric properties & perform dynamic in-situ experiments (tensile, compression & modified temperature).
Visit us at 3DMS 2018, the 4th International Congress on 3D Materials Science on 10-13 June 2018 in Denmark.
Using image filters and enhancement tools to improve your micro-CT images and data.
Register now for the Bruker Micro-CT User Meeting on 16-19 April 2018 in Belgium.
How to choose a micro-CT scanning trajectory, and how various acquisition geometries affect image quality and reconstruction speed, as well as the differences between circular and helical scanning. Blue Scientific… read more →
How Bruker’s Genius-Mode automatically optimises micro-CT imaging parameters for the best quality results.