ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT is your ground-breaking microCT for unlocking the crystallographic and microstructural secrets of your samples. It uniquely augments the powerful technique of computed tomography with the ability to reveal crystallographic grain microstructures, transforming the way polycrystalline materials (such as metals, additive manufacturing, ceramics, etc.) can be studied, leading to newer and deeper insights into materials research.
- Perform non-destructive mapping of grain morphology in 3D.
- Characterize materials such as metals, alloys, and ceramics.
- Map larger volumes and a wider array of sample geometries at higher throughput.
- Advance materials characterization and discovery through ground-breaking diffraction scanning modes.
- Achieve superior sample representivity to create high fidelity computational models.
ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT delivers cutting edge, radically different diffraction scanning technology, uniquely offering the ability to map grain boundary surfaces over significantly larger volumes in their native state while targeting realistic sample geometries that suit the common requirements of research and industrial labs. Unlike other grain mapping technologies, DCT enables non-destructive 3D grain imaging.
Sample representivity – obtaining large volumes of real data to create high fidelity computational models – has been a challenge for crystallographic imaging.
ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT offers advanced DCT modes that overcome some of the previous challenges of conventional DCT data collection that assumes the ROI in the sample is fully illuminated by the aperture field of view (FOV) for all rotational angles of the sample.
ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT advanced diffraction scanning modes include
- Helical Phyllotaxis
Helical phyllotaxis rotation is used for long aspect ratio cylindrical samples.
- Helical Phyllotaxis Raster
Helical phyllotaxis raster is used for samples that are typically wider than the field of view.
- Helical Phyllotaxis HART
Phyllotaxis with high aspect ratio tomography, or HART, solves the problem of flat or plate-like sample imaging.
After the initial acquisition as the first step in your workflow you then start to reconstruct. Load your absorption tomography and your diffraction data into GrainMapper3D. Let it identify potential candidates for grain orientations of a given polycrystal by using back and forward projections.
An automated, iterative search for grains in the sample volume is your next step. Grain reconstruction results are stored as stacks of slices or volume datasets that contain the full description of the indexed grains. Eventually, share 3D LabDCT results with your collaborators or customers using the standalone GrainMapper3D Viewer application.
Your final step is to get out all the information you need in one single file. Shape, orientation and spatial locations of all grains in the sample volume are exported into an open data format.
Finish your experiment with subsequent analyses using customized software or simulation tools. The advanced indexation routines now support the more complex lower symmetry crystal systems.
Upgrade your microscope with additional accessories to enhance your microscope's capability
Advanced Reconstruction Toolbox (ART) introduces Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven reconstruction technologies on your ZEISS Xradia 3D X-ray microscope (XRM) or microCT. A deep understanding of both X-ray physics and applications enable you to solve some of the hardest imaging challenges in new and innovative ways.
Discover how speed of data acquisition and reconstruction as well as image quality are enhanced without sacrificing resolution by using OptiRecon, two variants of DeepRecon and PhaseEvolve, the unique modules of ART.
- Improve data collection and analysis for accurate and faster decision-making
- Greatly enhance image quality
- Achieve superior interior tomography or throughput on a broad class of samples
- Reveal subtle difference through improved contrast-to-noise
- Increase speed at an order of magnitude for sample classes requiring repetitive workflow
The optional modules are workstation-based solutions for easy access and usability:
- DeepRecon Pro & Custom for Deep learning-based reconstruction
- PhaseEvolve for contrast enhancement
- OptiRecon for iterative reconstruction
ZEISS DeepRecon Pro provides a straightforward, uncomplicated, and powerful application of AI and deep neural network technology for enhancing X-ray tomography results without prior knowledge on deep learning technology. [...] It helps us to reduce the scan time required for in situ fluid-rock interaction experiments when we need to work with long exposure times.Dr. Markus Ohl | X-Ray microscopy | EPOS-NL MINT | Utrecht University, NL
ZEISS Xradia X-ray systems provide the industry’s premier 3D imaging solution for the widest variety of in situ rigs, from high pressure flow cells to tension, compression and thermal stages.
Moving beyond the three dimensions of space, leverage the non-destructive nature of X-ray investigation to extend your studies into the dimension of time with 4D experiments. ZEISS Xradia microCT platforms can accommodate a variety of in situ rigs, from high pressure flow cells to tension, compression and thermal stages, to user-customized designs. You can add the optional in situ Interface Kit to your ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT, which includes a mechanical integration kit, a robust cabling guide and other facilities (feed-throughs) along with recipe-based software that simplifies your control from within the Scout-and-Scan user interface. When your needs require pushing the resolution limits of your in situ experiments, convert your ZEISS Xradia CrystalCT to an Xradia 620 Versa X-ray microscope to leverage Resolution at a Distance (RaaD) technology for the maximum performance tomographic imaging of samples within in situ chambers or rigs.
Maximize your instrument's utilization with the optional Autoloader, available for all instruments in the ZEISS X-ray microscope platforms. Reduce the frequency of user interaction and increase productivity by queueing multiple jobs. Load up to 14 sample stations, which can support up to 70 samples, and set to run overnight, or across multiple days. Unprecedented mechanical stability enables high volume quantitative repetitive scanning of like samples.
Easily scout a region of interest and specify scanning parameters within the Scout-and-Scan Control System. Take advantage of the easy-to-use system in your central lab where users may have a variety of experience levels.
- Internal camera for sample viewing
- Recipe control (set, save, recall)
- Multiple energies
- Multiple samples with Autoloader option
- Micropositioning capability with a simple mouse click
ZEISS recommends Dragonfly Pro from Object Research Systems (ORS)
An advanced analysis and visualization software solution for your 3D data acquired by a variety of technologies including X-ray, FIB-SEM, SEM and helium ion microscopy.
Available exclusively through ZEISS, ORS Dragonfly Pro offers an intuitive, complete, and customizable toolkit for visualization and analysis of large 3D grayscale data. Dragonfly Pro allows for navigation, annotation, creation of media files, including video production, of your 3D data. Perform image processing, segmentation, and object analysis to quantify your results.
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