X-Act CT Software
In-House CT Acquisition and Reconstruction Software
Every CT system from RX Solutions has been developed for applications in various industrial fields : research & development, process monitoring, quality controls, defect analysis or CT metrology. The innovative RX Solutions X-Act software runs in any system and allows easy and intuitive CT settings.
The software, entirely developed by RX Solutions is an innovative and customer friendly solution to control our X-ray equipment. CT acquisition, 3D reconstruction and image processing can entirely be performed by X-Act.
RX Solutions in-house software X-Act Benefits:
X-Act CT Acquisition
CT Acquisition Modes: conventional, helical, stack, laminography, continuous or step by step rotation
Semi-automated wizard mode for non experts, Learning/Macros mode for automated workflow
3D measurements, video sequence acquisition, radiography filter enhancement
Automatic black and gain calibration & sample repositioning
X-Act CT Reconstruction
Real time artefact correction: focal spot drift, bad pixel, beam hardening, phase contrast
Geometry compensation: automatic or guided correction of the rotation center
Easy and intuitive 3D optimization of the reconstruction volume using test slices
Preliminary reconstruction of a running acquisition
X-Act CTArt : Advanced Artefact Corrections
Phase Contrast Removal
High resolution in X-Ray µCT generally means the occurrence of small angle scattering also known as phase contrast artefacts, especially with low absorbing materials. Phase signal contributions are no longer negligible regarding the X-Ray absorption, resulting in a new contrast phenomena that offers edges enhancements, but a lower absorption contrast between phases.
Beam Hardening Correction
This correction allows you remove beam artefacts from your component without having a proper spectrum estimation. It's a user-guided algorithm offering a simple way to compute the estimated absorption photons curve and correct the image deviation.
Ring Artefact Removal
Ring artefacts result from a non-linear response of the detector which generates circular artefacts centered on the rotation axis. This correction works directly on the projections and preserves the image features/resolution.