Take a look inside a component without opening it up or destroying it. Who, from time to time, hasn't wanted to peek inside a carefully wrapped present? The same holds true of quality assurance: there are sometimes situations where taking a looking inside would help enormously. These days, this is no longer a problem thanks to industrial computer tomographs. Discover the wide range of possibilities offered by a CT, and check out the services we offer to help you utilize these opportunities – without needing to invest in a system yourself.

For complex measuring and inspection jobs

With computer tomographs, you capture the entire component – inside and out – so that you can also tackle complex measuring jobs.

Reverse Engineering

From the finished component to the design data: our CT Reverse Engineering provides you with the design data from your components.

Destruction-free materials testing

CT scans make defects in plastics and light metals visible without destroying the component.

Geometry comparisons

CT scans enables nominal/actual geometry comparisons with color-coded error visualization in 3D.

These customers put their trust in CT technologies from ZEISS:

Shorter measuring times for die casting and injection molding

TCG UNITECH

Faster tool correction with Reverse Engineering

Horst Scholz GmbH & Co. KG

Computed tomography makes the behavior of silicone visible

starlim//sterner

The guarantee for the best packaging solutions

Greiner

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Visit our ZEISS Metrology Centers

Want to try out industrial computed tomography without making a major investment in a CT system? We offer comprehensive services at our ZEISS Metrology Centers. From geometry comparisons to reverse engineering and damage analyses – our local experts are available to assist with your measuring jobs. If you are interested in purchasing a computer tomograph, please visit for a product demo.

We would like to invite you in for a test scan

Bring your workpiece to one of our ZEISS Metrology Centers and try out industrial computed tomography for yourself: