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August 30th, 2007

X-Tek announces CT Capability and new features for the Revolution on stand No: 1B25

Abstract:
X-Tek Group 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 stand 1B25.

Visitors
are able to see Computerized Tomography (CT), a powerful new 3D imaging capability to the industry leading Revolution system.

Impix, the new scientific grade camera and detector combination, further improves the dynamic range, accuracy, repeatability and feature recognition capability of the Revolution. The camera boasts real-time frame rates at full camera resolution and full dynamic range. Using the X-Tek Inspect-X image enhancement software the X-ray image is displayed on a separate LCD monitor for clutter free viewing.

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