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February 6th, 2007

X-Tek Announces New features for the Revolution X-ray Inspection System and Demonstrates C.T. Capability at APEX

Abstract:
The X-Tek Group, one of the world's leading manufacturers of real-time microfocus X-ray systems, will announce the inclusion of a new camera and detector combination for the Revolution NanoTech X-ray inspection system and a new validation station for enhanced production capability at APEX, booth 2237. Visitors to the X-Tek booth will also be able to experience a demonstration of Computerized Tomography (C.T.), a powerful new 3D imaging capability to the industry leading Revolution system.

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