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Advanced X-Ray Computed Microtomography

X-ray microtomography (XMT) is an emerging non-invasive and non-destructive high-resolution 3D imaging technique. It operates on the same basic principles as medical CT scanners, but with much higher resolution, hundreds or more times higher. The technique allows three-dimensional analyses of the internal microstructure of material enabling a clear understanding of its morphology, the distribution of its components or even structural weaknesses.

Structure-Texture group is a full-service provider of advanced micro CT imaging for project dealing with food, seed, pharmaceutical, biomedical and geological materials. Our services include sample preparation, high-resolution 3D micro CT scanning, 3D reconstruction and visualization, and the delivery of a full 3D digital data.                


Contact us

Dr. Huyla Dogan
Dr. Georges Tawil

Kansas State University
Water 48
Manhattan, KS 66506, USA
Tel. +1 785-532-2628
Fax +1 785-532-7010
E-mail: dogan@ksu.edugtawil@ksu.edu